The Japanese capital markets have undergone a series of changes over the past few years, first in response to the natural disasters that affected Asia’s regional hub, and later with the merger of the Osaka Securities Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange into the Japan Exchange Group. One year after that effort, what is the outlook for Japan, and what are the technology implications of recent attempts to standardize the trading landscape? By James Rundle
Inter-city rivalry has always been a factor in modern civilization, for a number of reasons. Ask a New Yorker what they think of Boston’s baseball team, or watch a soccer match between Coventry City and Birmingham’s Aston Villa. Competition can be visceral, whatever the medium, and it’s historically been no different in Japan. Regional rivalries between Tokyo and Osaka are well-known in Japan,...
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