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The Easy Money Has Been Made For Japan

Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global

16-Feb-24 07:00

The Easy Money Has Been Made For Japan

Japan has slipped into a technical recession but the equity market has continued to rally. Kingsley Jones, Chief Investment Officer, Jevons Global explains the contradiction. We also look at the Australian equity market if there are gems to be found despite an economy that is titled towards China.

Image credit: Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Mike Gong

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning


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Categories:  marketseconomytechnology

Tags:  japan stock economy slumpaustralia equities market stock





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