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Global money flees Japan stocks at fastest pace since 1987

Investors are fed up with Shinzo Abe's ineffectual economic policies and the surging yen


INTERNATIONAL equity investors are giving up on Japan.

After dumping their Tokyo stock holdings for four of the past five months, foreigners are on track for their biggest annual exodus since 1987. Back then, they were fleeing bubbly valuations and the Black Monday crash.