By Mariko Hayashibara TOKYO, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Large European pension fund Threadneedle Asset Management said it increased its weighting in Japanese equities, but a strengthening yen was holding it back. A global economic turnaround, extremely generous monetary policy and attractive valuations were positive for Japanese investments, Charles Franklin, the executive director at Threadneedle Asset Management, said in London last Friday. He said he expected earnings at listed Japanese ...
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