Japan Can Get To Its Inflation Goal One WayMark Melin
As the reality sets in – the US has few options in dealing with the 33-year-old renegade leader in North Korea – there is a positive silver lining for Japanese stock investor, CLSA’s Christopher Wood observes in a September 7 report. But these are not the only positives in Japan. As a labor shortage surfaces, befuddling economists who note that wage growth continues to remain anemic along with nowhere near two percent target inflation, it looks . . .
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