Although Japanese equities appear relatively inexpensive compared to other major global markets, most Japanese firms have produced little excess return in the past 10 years and offer only a limited chance of adding shareholder value
Trading at the weighted average of 1.4 times book value, Japanese equities look relatively inexpensive against other major global markets (1.8 times for Europe and 2.8 times for the US) and their historical...
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