Aside from India, Japan has been one of the hardest hit markets in the Asian region in the current downturn. After a 40% rise last year, and another 7.3% gain by the time global equity markets started to head south on May 9, the Nikkei 225 index is now down 2.8% year-to-day as investors continue to worry about rising oil prices.
Japanese investment bank Nomura International is confident that things will stabilise, however, and that when they do, investors will be keen to get back into Japan as well as other Asian markets.
Here, the bankÆs head of global equity, Hiromasa Yamazaki, and its head of Asian equity, Tomoyuki Teraguchi, talk about the opportunities they...
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