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Yen hitting bottom threatens Japan's record profit streak

The Bank of Japan's record stimulus drove the yen to a 13-year low in June, the same month the Nikkei 225 rallied to the highest since 1996.


JAPAN Inc's currency cookie jar may be just about empty.

That's the message in forecasts for the yen, whose three-year slide under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe underpinned the expansion of profits to an all-time high and a doubling of stock prices. The benefits went even further...