Japanese retail investors pull out of bear fund as Nikkei hits 26-year peak

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese retail investors are pulling out of a popular bear market fund as a rally in the benchmark Nikkei index to 26-year highs prompts many market participants to ditch their contrarian strategies. The fund is designed to pay investors …
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