Foreign investors have consistently sold Japanese equities since the beginning of the year, reflecting concerns over global economic growth, the pace of US interest rate rises and the re-emergence of the land sale scandal in which Ministry of Finance officials and leading politicians, including the Prime Minister, have been implicated.
Equity markets reacted negatively to the announcement in early March by President Donald Trump of his intention to impose import tariffs on steel and aluminium, as well as further plans to broaden this...
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Talking Strategies: The number of companies in Asia with higher payout ratios have grown since the mid-1990s, but some investors remain wary of searching for income in Asia and Japan. In this video, Jupiter's Jason Pidcock and Dan Carter explain why this...