Japanese stocks experience first weekly outflow in over 3 months amid record yen net shorts

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Japanese equities witnessed their initial weekly outflow in more than three months, coinciding with record yen net shorts fueled by an assumption of invincibility against adverse events, underpinned by the belief in central banks’ bailout capabilities. This perception of an endgame scenario, wherein risks are dismissed in favor of reliance on central bank interventions, underscores a potentially precarious market sentiment. As investors wager on the notion of an infallible safety net, the ramifications of such complacency amidst evolving economic uncertainties remain uncertain, amplifying concerns about the sustainability of current market dynamics.

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