Japan Inc. Hesitates to Invest on Abenomics Elation

April 22 (Bloomberg) -- The last time Masao Namiki bought machinery for his company, Emperor Hirohito had just died, Japanese investors took the Rockefeller Center as a trophy, and a new central bank chief was about to prick the bubble economy. It was 1989. The bubble, and the five recessions since, help explain why business owners like Namiki aren’t buying into investor euphoria over new Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s campaign to end deflation. (Source: Bloomberg)

Chinese Regulators Eye Entrusted Investments
47:23 - Chinese stocks and bonds are suffering their biggest losses of the year, while a regulatory crackdown is seeing banks pull away from so-called entrusted investments. Bloomberg's Lianting Tu reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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