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Japanese companies are now making strides in the right direction, showcasing attractive PE ratio of 13-15 x earnings. The evidence of growth becomes apparent through the observation of revenue and earnings per share. Discover Swift's insights on the Yen and Japanese equities.
The United States received a C- on its infrastructure report card. If the government were to prioritise this, which industries and companies would stand to gain?
There may be a promising opportunity unfolding here in HK, as speculation suggests that China could once again promote the private sector. With numerous companies currently trading at multi-year lows based on their value, could there be a potential to invest in these undervalued stocks that have been largely overlooked?