Japanese equities lag behind in Asia with Abe risk casting cloud

While the Bank of Japan is unlikely to tighten monetary policy before Abe’s handpicked governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, departs in April, no new stimulus is projected by economists. Corporate profits slipped from record levels this year, with gains in the yen …
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