Last November marked six years since Shinzo Abe was formally elected prime minister of Japan and 'Abenomics' - his extraordinary stimulus programme - was launched. It has been an eventful, but largely successful, six years: the TOPIX is up 92.5% to 26 November in yen terms and the Nikkei 225 has risen 113%, according to FE.
Since the Japanese stockmarket bubble burst at the end of the 1980s, poor equity returns and a deflationary environment had been plaguing the Japanese economy. Indeed, both indexes are still down an eye-watering...
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