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Corruption Scandal - The Jury is Still Out

Mikio Kumada, Global Strategist, LGT Capital Partners, Hong Kong

16-Mar-18 07:35

Corruption

Mikio shares his views on:

- The corruption scandal, stemming from the sale of land to an educational institution with ties to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and its potential impact on the government and markets.

- The reasons why Japan is the worst-performing developed Asian equity market this year.

- The key reasons behind the strengthening of the Yen
- Investment opportunities in Japanese equities

- Risks to the Japanese economy


Presented by: Brian Fernandez


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Tags:  Japan. BOJCorruptionYenJapanBOJJapan BOJJapanBOJPrime Minister Shinzo AbeFinancial ServicesEconomy, Markets

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