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Japan’s stocks are partying like it’s 1989. But is the music about to end?

The Nikkei 225 Stock Average’s return to heights not seen since its late 1980s boom has Japan in global headlines for all the right reasons. The question, though, is whether investors are right to believe the index can continue its bull run?  Odds are yes, say many private bank analysts. Most analysts see little reason to fear the forces driving…

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