Still lower than other developed markets
Opportunities in a number of sectors
Stocks driven by fundamentals
Which funds topped the chart?
Increased M&A activity
Global trade deals
By Kenichi Amaki, Portfolio Manager, Matthews Asia
Following a turbulent 2016 for Japanese stocks, Tokio Marine Asset Management as a locally-based bottom-up stock selector, looks ahead at what's in store for the Japanese stock market in 2017 and the potential risks we see as a growth-biased manager....
Ability to generate uncorrelated returns
What are investors' concerns?
When Shinzo Abe first took up his post as Japan's Prime Minister, he did so thanks to his vivid use of language, writes Charles Stanley's John Redwood.
Hopeful of a rate rise
Helped by weaker yen
See and Hjertman promoted
2016 model portfolio underperformed benchmark
Brazil and Russia top performers for 2016
Juliet Schooling Latter's fund picks
Ian Pizer reveals his key trades for the new year
Japan sees biggest one-month jump in sentiment
'Focus on growth, not value'
The Japanese stockmarket had been sluggish and trading-orientated in the wake of the yen's recent appreciation, partly reflecting renewed jitters over the Trump risk when it came to the US presidential election, writes Hideo Shiozumi, manager of the Legg...
US small caps to benefit from Trump victory
What a funny old year it has been - and there are still a few weeks to go!