Takahashi stumbled into the business by chance, turning to it as a last resort when his consulting firm was on the ropes.
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Slowing U.S. to Push Biggest Japan Funds Toward Emerging Assets
Nikkei 225 Stock Average plunged below 20,000 and slipped into a bear market, leaving investors bracing for more pain to come.
Nikkei Enters Bear Market to Extend Global Rout: Markets Wrap
Global Stock Angst Snowballs as Nikkei 225 Enters Bear Market
Japanese Stocks Enter Bear Market as Fed, BOJ Spark Concerns
Overseas investors have dumped about $48 billion in the country’s stocks so far this year, the most since 1987.
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Naka is an example of a young Japanese person who’s shunning what was long a standard career path in Japan.
Japan Shares Decline as Optimism Fades Ahead of Earnings Rush
Best Week in 2 Years Helps Redeem Patient Japan Stock Bulls
Japan Stocks Just Had Their Best Week in Two Years
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Hunters of Japan Stock Bargains May Want to Wait for U.S. Vote
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Former senior economist at the Federal Reserve suggests that the world’s largest pension fund should step out of its comfort zone.
Pension Giant Should Buy More Junk Bonds: Ex-Fed Economist
Ex-Fed Economist Says Pension Giant Should Buy More Junk Bonds