Foreign investors are set to buy the most Japanese stocks since the heyday of Abenomics after Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s shock resignation put Japan back in the headlines.
Fund managers and strategists from JPMorgan Securities Japan Co., Baillie Gifford & Co. and BNP Paribas Asset Management are among a string of investors who say they’re becoming more positive on Japan as markets gear up to learn who will be the next prime minister.
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