Risks of holding Japan banking stocks highlighted
Japan’s largest banking groups are still too heavily exposed to domestic equities in their portfolios, leaving them vulnerable to market volatility, notes a banking analyst at ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.
It is a risk to own Japanese banking stocks since their portfolios are still too exposed to the domestic equity market, ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has warned.
On average, the ratios of their equity holdings stood at 46% as of the end of September this year, S&P
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