The siren call of small-stock Japan

Has Japan finally overcome the trauma of its two lost decades? The stock market seems to think so. In February, the Nikkei Jasdaq Index, the Japanese equivalent of America’s Nasdaq, hit an all-time high in U.S. dollar terms. This may not seem like a big …
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