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The valuable lesson learnt from Japan’s stock market recovery

22 February 2024

10:25 PM

22 February 2024

10:25 PM

A lot has happened over the past 34 years: the Cold War ended, several wars have taken place in the Middle East, a banking collapse occurred, and a global pandemic left millions stuck inside their homes. But one thing remained constant throughout: the bear market – a price drop of 20 per cent or more from the most recent high – in Japanese equities ground on and on relentlessly.

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