Japan’s Annus Volatilitis: Negative Rates, Brexit and Then TrumpBy
Yen, bonds swung from epic gains to worst slides since 1990s
Stocks saw a negative-rate triggered rout, then a bull market
For investors in Japan’s markets this year, it’s been a case of one shock after the next in a pattern that might have prepared them well for the era of Donald Trump and his reputation for the unexpected.
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