Alongside the rest of the world, Japan is facing some trying headwinds in the face of the coronavirus.
Individual holdings breach limits
UK equity funds worst hit
£15bn-23bn of losses could result in annual loss
Country 'doing the opposite' from rest of the world
Corporate Japan is changing. When the corporate governance code was introduced in Japan in 2014, companies scrambled to find independent directors to put on the board and were more concerned with complying with the letter rather than the spirit of the...
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Growth to fall to 1.5%
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First 'activist' product due for flotation
Allianz Technology and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon top five- and ten-year lists
Japanese stocks appear to be vulnerable to a multitude of risks.
Results show 'mixed picture'
Many investors are worried about the potential impact of the coronavirus. Only one case has been reported in Japan so far, though the authorities have quarantined a cruise ship with affected passengers on board.
'Low levels of demand'
Working alongside Dan Carter
Recent sharp movements are 'rare'
Most successful managers take a trip down memory lane
'Train is not going off the tracks'
Return of big banks and the end of austerity?
Steady progress in growing per capita income
Average discount narrowest in 20 years
Activist investment approach