Their firms' shares have all more than doubled in the past year, leading to talk of a burgeoning tech scene that’s very different from Silicon Valley.
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Analysts say Yoshiaki Murakami may have a controversial past, but his campaigns generate returns for other stock owners.
The key 225-issue Nikkei average advanced 16% in 2020 despite more than ¥6 trillion of foreign net selling in the cash and futures market, according to Japan Exchange Group data.
The market’s interest in trading options on the 225-issue Nikkei average on the Tokyo Stock Exchange has dropped to its lowest in more than a decade amid waning demand for protection against volatility. Total open interest on the blue-chip gauge plunged to 1.1 million contracts ...
Taihei Kobayashi's story is among the most remarkable to emerge from a small-cap stock boom that’s minting fortunes.
The dominant presence of the BOJ, along with the Government Pension Investment Fund, has raised concerns over their influence on market prices.
Yuta Tsuruoka's Base Inc. has been a beneficiary of a rally in small-cap technology stocks in Japan as retail investors sought to pick winners in the pandemic.
Shares in M3 Inc., a spinoff from Sony Corp., are poised to climb further in the long run thanks to rising demand for online health care services, investors say.
Despite a change in leader later this month, it has been suggested that Japan Inc. will continue down its current path.