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Japan stocks gain fans among millennials worried about nest eggs

Small investors increase presence as do mutual funds

Younger people anxious about the state of the pension system has led to a slight uptick in stock ownership by retail investors.

TOKYO --- Younger generations in Japan are starting to invest in domestic stocks, albeit in small amounts, anxious that the country's pension system might not deliver the standard of living they expect by the time they retire.

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