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Will Japan's New Prime Minister Last More Than a Year?

Shinzo Abe successor Yoshihide Suga will continue 'Suganomics', but he's described as low on charisma yet high on political prowess.

Japan's Softbank Maverick Makes Billions as 'Nasdaq Whale'

Masayoshi Son, the man behind the Softbank Group, has orchestrated a trading strategy that has helped push call-option trading on U.S. tech companies to US$335 billion per day.

Warren Buffett Shows Investors That Nothing Lasts Forever

With the $6 billion Japanese deal, Buffett, now 90, hasn't stayed away from venturing outside of America.

Can the Recent Market Momentum Continue?

Strong markets tend to stay strong even when they are technically extended.

Warren Buffett Places $6 Billion Bet on Japan

You can't get more Japanese than soga shosha trading houses, which Berkshire Hathaway clearly considers cheap amid the industrial downturn.

It's Sad, and Bad, Japan's Longest-Serving Leader Is Stepping Down

We'll miss you, Shinzo Abe, who had big dreams but has only partially brought them into reality in Japan.

Bond Market Returns Are Going to Be Hit

There's only so much leverage that can be used and it, like so many other things, has diminishing marginal returns.

Asia Faces $2.7 Trillion Bill From Covid-19

Several asian nations will experience significant economic damage from the coronavirus, according to forecasts by Standard & Poor's.

A Speculative Stock That Makes Sense in Japan

Japanese company Shionogi developed a noninvasive saliva test for Covid-19 that delivers results in 25 minutes, and could be used on travelers.

Asian Stocks Falter and Are Likely to Correct Further

In Japan investors have priced in earnings a full six months too soon, while in China the coronavirus stages a bit of a comeback.