Elderly Spark New Wave of Investment in Japan

July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Investors are becoming more eager to tap Japan's eldercare market, that's set to grow as the nation's population is aging fast. We went to a nursing home and spoke to one of the pensioners, as well as Shinsei Bank that has set up a couple of funds to invest in nursing homes, as well as preparing Japan's first REIT specializing in properties for older people. Bloomberg's Aika Nanao has more. (Source: Bloomberg)

Bertelsmann CEO Says Brexit May Alter U.K. Presence
35:16 - Thomas Rabe, chairman and chief executive officer at Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA, discusses a deal to publish new books from Barack and Michelle Obama, the value of Penguin Random House, and how Brexit may impact the company's U.K. business. He speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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