Bridgewater Sees Signs Of Life In Japan's EconomyMark Melin
Japan’s beautiful deleveraging has been a slow process that is starting to bear fruit, a Bridgewater strategy document observed, while many Japanese firms have not lowered prices as a result of the stronger U.S. dollar.
Currency depreciation having muted impact on Japan's mainstream economy
Nominal growth rates in Japan have shown signs of life after stagnating following the financial crisis as an upward trend in gross domestic product is evident . . .
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