TOKYO -- Share prices in Tokyo are at a 26-year high, and Akiyoshi Oba, chairman of the Japan Investment Advisers Association, is annoyed. It's not the rising prices themselves that has him irked but rather the excitement over something he feels should have happened long ago. "The problem is that it took 26 long years to recover to this level," he said, echoing the lament of many investors.
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