FS Investment Committee: A yen for Abe's Japan reforms?

FS Investment Committee
May 2013
Fundweb;5/21/2013, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of investment advisors on whether Japan's strong rise and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's radical economic reforms will lead to real recovery. Adam Lewis, committee chairman and associate editor of "Fund Strategy," comments on Japan's false economic and stockmarket prospects. Mike Deverall, investment manager at Equilibrium Asset Management says whether the stimulus and the weakening yen will lead to a sustainable economic recovery is not known yet.


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