Could Japan's Long Struggling Economy Finally Be Pulling Out Of Its 25-Year Malaise?

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 08:28
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Could Japan's Long Struggling Economy Finally Be Pulling Out Of Its 25-Year Malaise?

Japan has been running a monetary experiment--shock therapy for its ailing economy. It's highly controversial. While it's similar to the liquidity injected into the Ameircan economy by the Federal Reserve since the financial crisis, the amount of liquidity being injected into Japan's economy is much, much greater. What's interesting is that it is working.

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Japan’s $5 trillion economy grew at a robust annualized pace of 3.5% in the first quarter. "The stock market has soared more than 60%over the past year, and the yen has lost more than a quarter of its value, lifting corporate earnings in a country that is dependent on exports," says The New York Times.  

 

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