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Global investors losing confidence in Abenomics

Foreign investment in Japanese stocks down 94 per cent this year after record figure last year
Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 05:50

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Fund managers say that to lure investors back, Mr Abe needs to move beyond short-term stimulus and start enacting the structural changes he laid out in his initial plan, dubbed Abenomics.

Tokyo

FOREIGN investors have had just about enough of Abenomics.

After pumping record amounts of cash into Japanese shares last year, they've hardly added to holdings in 2014. Inflows are down 94 per cent this year to 898 billion yen (S$9.85 billion), on pace for the smallest

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