The Wall Street Journal's Year-End Review & Outlook Journal Report as published Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020
Cover Story: Japan's Lost 30 Years Give Pause ToThose Looking at The U.S. -- Even as the Dow andS &P 500 hit records, some worry that falling interest rates, slower growth and demographic headwinds look a lot like Tokyo
Also in this section:
- Bond Gurus Predict Next Steps for Topsy‑Turvy Sector
- The yen’s role has transformed and some think it offers a glimpse of what awaits other money markets.
- Europe’s Future -- ‘Japanification’ is a worry for some who fear the Continent might endure a similar fate
- The Tokyo stock market has turned into one of the globe’s biggest bargain bins