Shiozumi: Japan's bull run will last until end of the decade

Helped by new Abenomic reforms

Laura Dew
Shiozumi: Japan's bull run will last until end of the decade

Hideo Shiozumi, manager of Legg Mason's Japanese equity fund, believes Japan's bull run will continue for the remainder of this decade as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launches further reforms.

Shiozumi (pictured), manager of the £670m Legg Mason IF Japan Equity fund, said the Japanese bull ran began in 2013 and could run for another three or four years. This is supported by Abenomics reforms...

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