Most Japanese remain hesitant about investing in stocks, investment trusts or bonds, and only an economic recovery will spur them to participate in the financial markets, according to a government survey.

The survey on securities investment conducted by the Cabinet Office and released recently shows 82.7 percent of respondents said they will not purchase stocks in the future, while only 11.4 percent said they will invest in stocks.

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