Kishida’s leadership could boost Japanese shares
Japan’s stock market enjoyed a recent surge following the resignation of increasingly unpopular prime minister Yoshihide Suga. The Nikkei 225 index reaching a 31-year high in September as the whole Tokyo stock exchange cheered Suga’s departure. Japan bulls are hoping the arrival of new PM Fumio Kishida can provide the impetus for a fresh rally, though markets are trying to work out just how his leadership could influence areas...