Visitors tour Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo, Friday, May 31, 2013. Japan's share prices gained 70 percent in the past six months before several big one-day declines, on hopes for a recovery and expectations that the weaker yen will improve the exports and overseas earnings of Japanese companies. The recent stock market sell-offs suggest confidence in Abenomics may be shaky, especially since yields on long-term Japanese government bonds will inevitably rise if the government succeeds in sparking inflation, vastly increasing the burden of repaying public debt that is already twice the size of the economy. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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Visitors tour Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo, Friday, May 31, 2013. Japan's share prices gained 70 percent in the past six months before several big one-day declines, on hopes for a recovery and expectations that the weaker yen will improve the exports and overseas earnings of Japanese companies. The recent stock market sell-offs suggest confidence in Abenomics may be shaky, especially since yields on long-term Japanese government bonds will inevitably rise if the government succeeds in sparking inflation, vastly increasing the burden of repaying public debt that is already twice the size of the economy. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)
Visitors tour Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo, Friday, May 31, 2013. Japan's share prices gained 70 percent in the past six months before several big one-day declines, on hopes for a recovery and expectations that the weaker yen will improve the exports and overseas earnings of Japanese companies. The recent stock market sell-offs suggest confidence in Abenomics may be shaky, especially since yields on long-term Japanese government bonds will inevitably rise if the government succeeds in sparking inflation, vastly increasing the burden of repaying public debt that is already twice the size of the economy. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)
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