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)

The Stock Market Doesn't Seem to Care About Oil
18:38 - The correlation between daily swings in the S&P 500 Index and crude has been roughly zero the past month, the lowest since January and far below the five-year highs reached in 2016 as the oil prices bottomed near $26 before staging a rebound. Bloomberg's Oliver Renick tracks the rotation in equities on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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