Tokyo: Hidden Problems Get Worse
Japan's stock market is down 60% from its peak in December, 1989, and by some estimates, commercial real estate values there have dropped by $400 billion or more. This deep-sixing of Japanese asset values shows few signs of reaching bottom soon. And a continued plunge in Japanese markets could have serious economic repercussions for an already fragile global economy.
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