Foreign investors may be unnerved, but there’s still much to like about Japanese stocks.
Japan’s stock market has had a poor start to the year, after being the world’s best-performing market in 2013. But it’s not run out of steam yet, says Matthew Partridge.
There’s no doubt that the turnaround story of 2013 was Japan. The MSCI Japan index gained more than 50% over the year, making it the world’s best-performing major market. And there is room for more in 2014.
It’s reasonable to assume that the Japanese stockmarket will have another great year, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But it’s a much riskier bet than it was a few years ago.
Japanese stocks have had a disappointing start to the year. Ed Bowsher explains why it’s too soon to worry.
The Japanese stock market has suffered the worst drop of all major markets so far this year. But there’s no need to panic.
Japanese firms are expected to follow on from last year in leading the way in takeovers.
Japan’s stock market is set for a good year as the country’s investors get excited about shares again. Ed Bowsher explains why – and how you can profit.
Japan’s economic reforms will have huge implications both at home and for its neighbours in Asia. Lars Henriksson explains what it means for investors.
This is the perfect time to review your portfolio – what to sell, and what to buy more of. Here, John Stepek explains what he’ll be buying in 2014.