Portfolio manager Shuntaro Takeuchi says Japanese equities, for so long a market of false dawns, may now be stirring up investment opportunities that finally present Japan as a long-term growth market.
On his first visit to Japan since the pandemic, portfolio manager Shuntaro Takeuchi found new opportunities as well as familiar ones intact.
A challenging period for Japanese growth stocks may present a unique entry point for long-term investors.
Portfolio Manager Shuntaro Takeuchi explains how rising inflation and volatile markets may cast Japan as an investment haven, with a breadth of hidden value available to be tapped.
On September 3, 2021, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced his decision to not run in the upcoming ruling Liberal Democratic Party leadership race later this month. Portfolio Manager Shuntaro Takeuchi provides his thoughts on the current political environment and outlook for Japanese equities.
Equity price gains in Japan may be driven by innovation over the long term. Portfolio manager Shuntaro Takeuchi discusses the opportunity set.
As Japan considers Prime Minister Abe's successor, fiscal and monetary policy appears to be remaining stable and Japanese corporate profits are climbing back from COVID-19 impact, at least for now.
Japanese growth stocks, along with global equities, experienced considerable volatility in the first quarter. Uncertainty around the coronavirus, slowdowns in global manufacturing activity and worries about dampened consumer activity related to Japan's consumption tax each impacted Japan's markets.