WSJ: When Will Investors Stop Dumping Japanese Stocks?
By SIMON CONSTABLE
What a difference a year makes.
Individual investors have soured on Japan in a big way since December 2015, pulling $12.7 billion from mutual funds and exchange-traded funds that specialize in Japanese stocks, according to research firm Morningstar Inc. Only one month, January, saw an inflow in the period through October.
The outflow might not seem to be much in dollar terms, but it amounts to more than a quarter of the total $44.3 billion of assets held in such funds a year ago. Read more here.