Going long on Japan’s economic revival story has been the consensus call, but more analysts are beginning to see weak spots in the plot.
Even though Japanese shares rallied nearly 60 percent in 2013, most analysts still expect solid gains from the market this year, despite the Nikkei falling nearly 3 percent so far in January.
Investors have been holding out hope that Japan will finally succeed at its decades-long struggle against the pressures of deflation on its moribund economy.
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