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Japan’s 10-Day break has markets worried

By Bloomberg   |   27 April 2019   |   7:09 am  
Japan’s extended spring vacation, when a series of national holidays bunch up, is known as "Golden Week." This year adds the May 1 accession of the new emperor, Crown Prince Naruhito, to the mix. The result: a 10-day stretch that wipes out six trading sessions -- the longest market closure since the end of World War II. Bloomberg's Annabelle Droulers reports.
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