In the Nikkei of time?

The Japanese Nikkei market has been the worst performing stock market in the developed world for the past 15 years.

28th January, 2006

The Japanese Nikkei market has been the worst performing stock market in the developed world for the past 15 years. In 1989, the Nikkei reached a peak of 37,000 and fell to 15,000 at the end of 1999. It then reached a historical low of 7,607 in April 2003 - a fall of almost 80 per cent from its peak.

The good news is that the market has now turned a corner with an impressive return of 45 per cent last year and...

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