Why cautious parents help drive Japan’s stock market

On Wednesday, after holding out for 52 years as a private company, the parent of Japan’s second-largest parcel delivery company, Sagawa, took the plunge and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. It was the biggest IPO of 2017, the shares began a 33 per …
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