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Two trust banks in Japan have admitted the votes of some shareholders were not counted or reflected in results of shareholder meetings at more than 1,300 Japanese companies.
Softbank's founder Masayoshi Son had established a reputation for perceptive decision-making on tech investments. Has the firm lost its way?
The trade tactic I prefer for EWJ is this bearishly biased, near the money vertical put spread.
An EWJ bearishly biased, out-of-the-money vertical put spread.
Car-park spaces reflect the rising income inequality in Hong Kong. A spot to cool your four wheels costs as much as an average home in Chicago.
Which one would you rather trust with your money?
The sale of Toshiba's chip unit is a test case for Japanese corporate reform. The electronics maker faces pressure from its banks, investors and bidders, the Japanese government looking on.
The soft revolution at Softbank under founder Masayoshi Son is transforming a phone company into a private-equity technology giant.
It made up its profits for years and now faces billions in dollars of losses even as shareholders want to sue it for millions. That's just for starters.
Shareholders have long been an afterthought in corporate Japan, but a push for change could finally reduce the system of cross-holdings that dominate.
In the latest scandal to hit Big Business in Japan, Toshiba faces an accounting scandal and billion-dollar U.S. writedown that have tanked its stock and may cause its chairman resign.
The Japanese stock market enters the year on the back of a rally. With stock picking essential in 2017, Nomura identifies bullish industries and seven stocks to watch.
Mizuho Financial Group is trying to build up its U.S. business by launching a U.S. Bank Holding Company, known as Mizuho Americas, this Friday.
Like many market watchers, Peter Boockvar is confused this morning: "So let me get this straight: The Bank of Japan surprised markets on Jan. 29 by moving to a 0.1% negative interest rate on bank deposits and that completely backfires. The yen goes ...
'Abenomics' is working and inflation will spur the Japanese to invest for greater yield, offering bullish prospects for the Nikkei, said John Koudounis, CEO or Mizuho Securities USA.
Exercise caution as news and events create volatility in these stocks.
Japanese stocks have gotten rattled recently but still aren't great bargains.
It's time once again to pop my head up and look for any big-picture trends I may have missed -- and try to filter those trends down to investment ideas.
My New Year's resolutions are all about investing and include remaining open-minded and practicing patience.