July 14, 2024

On December 29, 1989, the Nikkei index finished at an all-time high of nearly 39.000 points. Twenty years later, the stock index is just a quarter of its former value, the real estate market has crashed, unemployment more than doubled, and a sentiment of insecurity has settled across Japan.  Will the U.S. face a similar fate?


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