For keen observers of price, 2016 in Japan was an emotive journey - interest rates at zero, an episodic decline in financials in the first half of the year, large gyrations in the yen, and the election of US President Donald Trump - to name but a few.
Given the high levels of volatility observed in 2016, the MSCI Japan Index had a relatively lacklustre few months at the start of 2017. This was despite decent performance from companies during the...
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