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TOKYO: A Japanese fund backed by veteran activist investor Yoshiaki Murakami cancelled its offer for energy and environment firm Japan Asia Group (JAG), after pressuring private equity firm Carlyle Group to withdraw a competing bid last month.
TOKYO: While electric vehicles and cryptocurrencies still grab the headlines, the charge in Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average back to its bubble-era highs has been led by old-world technology like watches and copy machines.
Doing "boring business" is paying off for several Japanese startups, pushing their founders in the league of the ultra-wealthy.
TOKYO: Japanese shares surged on Monday to close at over 30-year high on rising expectations for a rebound in corporate earnings and economic growth.
DESPITE the current volatile economic and financial environment, Amundi Asset Management says it continues to favour equities over bonds.
The website of the New Zealand Stock Exchange slowed to a crawl on a Tuesday afternoon in August. It was so badly throttled that the exchange couldn’t post market announcements, as required by financial regulators.
TOKYO: In a surprisingly strong year for initial public offerings globally, Japan’s 2020 market debutantes enjoyed their best opening share performances since the dotCom bubble era, helped by a groundswell of retail investors hungry for tech issues.
TOKYO: Japanese shares rose in holiday-thinned trade on Monday towards the highest in nearly three decades as investors continued to bet that U.S. fiscal stimulus and coronavirus vaccinations will quicken the global economic recovery.
TOKYO: Japanese shares were little changed in holiday-thinned trade on Friday but some investors bought pro-cyclical stocks that are expected to perform well next year as the global economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
AN unrelenting squeeze on the supply of global shares and sovereign bonds shows little sign of easing next year, with companies and central banks predicted to be big buyers of these securities in direct competition with investors.