Nationalists Ramp Up Protests as Abe Opens Economy

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- For two decades Japan has languished as its closest Asian rivals rose in prominence. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is trying to reverse that trend allowing a nascent recovery in business ties with China and South Korea. Abe’s scaling down of Japanese nationalist proposals won't please far-right wing groups, who want to see Japan assert itself in the region. Bloomberg's Scilla Alecci reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Do Nintendo Shares Have Further to Fall?
19:01 - Nintendo posted its worst drop in 26 years Monday after the company poured cold water on the notion that the explosive popularity of Pokemon Go would translate into steady profits. Unfortunately for investors, the worst may be yet to come. Bloomberg's Reed Stevenson has more on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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