TITLE

WHAT'S AHEAD NOW FOR TOKYO STOCKS The 28% price slide was more than an overdue correction of breathtaking financial excess. The fundamentals of the Japanese economy have changed -- maybe for good

AUTHOR(S)
Rapoport, Carla; Moffat, Susan
PUB. DATE
May 1990
SOURCE
Fortune;5/7/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 10, p64
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
57869068

 

Related Articles

  • Catching the Japanese wave. Egan, Jack // U.S. News & World Report;5/17/93, Vol. 114 Issue 19, p74 

    Discusses the recent performance of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the implications for the Japanese economy. The downturn of the Japanese economy; Predictions for gains in Japanese stock prices; Stimulus package for Japanese economy; Japanese stocks and the world's stock-market value; Various...

  • Financial analysis, future earnings and cash flows, and the prediction of stock returns: evidence for the UK. Charitou, Andreas; Panagiotides, George // Accounting & Business Research (Wolters Kluwer UK);Autumn99, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p281 

    This study examines empirically whether fundamental analysis in the UK identities equity values not currently reflected in stock prices and thus predicts excess returns. Similar to Ou and Penman (1989), the fundamental analysis undertaken combines a large set of financial statement information...

  • Waiting for the up elevator. Dessauer, J.P. // World Monitor;Jul92, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p18 

    Discusses how the recent crash of the Japanese stock market, Nikkei, and its alleged fatal effects for the Japanese economy have been greatly exaggerated. Stock market down 53 percent from its 1990 high; Real estate prices are down in Tokyo and Osaka 40 percent; Fall in stock prices reduced...

  • Appreciating Japan's market. Egan, J. // U.S. News & World Report;2/24/92, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p71 

    Discusses the beating Japanese investors endure by their own highflying stock market. The slow-motion crash the Japanese market has been going through for more than two years now; Why Japanese investors continue to avoid their own market like theplague; Widespread concerns that Japanese share...

  • HOW TO SUCCEED IN THE JAPANESE MARKET. Sullivan, Margaret // FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Jul/Aug1986, Vol. 2 Issue 7/8, p20 

    The article focuses on economic relations between the U.S. and Japan. With the yen rising and Japan's domestic economy sagging, opportunities for competing successfully with the Japanese are perhaps better now than they will be for the rest of the century. A variety of financial liberalization...

  • How Much Further?  // Middle East Monitor: The Gulf;Aug2006, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p5 

    The article reports on the decline of stock markets in the two main cities of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Abu Dhabi Stock Market (ADSM) and the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) has been tag as the two worst performing stock markets in H206 with a fall by more than 31 percent by June-end. The...

  • Chinese Stocks during 2000-2013: Bubbles and Busts or Fundamentals? Liang, Priscilla; Willett, Thomas D. // Chinese Economy;2015, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p199 

    Although the Chinese economy has weathered the recent global financial crisis well, Chinese financial markets performed poorly from late 2007 through the end of our sample period in 2013. This apparent disconnect between measured economic fundamentals and stock market performance has attracted...

  • Asset price volatility in a nonconvex general equilibrium model. Azariadis, Costas; Chakraborty, Shankha // Economic Theory;1998, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p649 

    Summary. Asset prices and returns are known to vary significantly more than output or aggregate consumption growth, and an order of magnitude in excess of what is justified by innovations to fundamentals. We study excess price volatility in a lifecycle economy with two assets (claims on capital...

  • NIGERIA'S MARKET CRISIS, FUNDAMENTALS AND STOCK PRICING: A REVIEW FOR AFRICA. Agu, Chukwuma // Journal of International Finance & Economics;2010, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p56 

    Since the Dutch Tulip Mania of the 1630s, cycles of bubbles and bursts in stock markets have become commonplace across the world. However, what causes a particular market crash remains context-specific and in cases, the configuration of global and local forces leading to it can be quite...

  • Standard Investments Backs Japanese Equities.  // Emerging Markets Monitor;12/12/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 34, p7 

    This article reports on the performance of the equity market of Japan as of December 2005. The Tokyo Stock Price Index has increased to 39% in 2005, while other sectors like real estate, mining and iron and steel have risen by over 50%. According to Andrew Gilligan, head of global strategy at...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics