Japan small-caps bouncing back from 2006 sell-off


By Ian Chua and David Dolan HONG KONG/TOKYO, Feb 26 (Reuters) - After a dramatic 2006 sell-off, Japanese small-caps look attractively valued and could lure investors with good growth prospects amid an expected pick-up in merger activity and little sign of aggressive monetary policy from the Bank of Japan. Small-caps look even better when compared with their larger peers, which have driven the Nikkei average to near seven year highs, and the wider TOPIX to 15-year peaks. "With the ...

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