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30 years since Japan's stock market peaked, climb back continues

Many investors remain wary but risk missing out on long-term gains

A passerby walks past in front of a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Even after the 1929 U.S. stock market crash, which triggered the Great Depression, share prices regained their pre-collapse highs in 25 years.

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