Yoshinobu Tsutsui, thepresident of Japan's biggest private life insurer, Nippon Life Insurance Co., said negative interest rates are hurting the company's sales and bottom line. In an effort to counter falling yields in Japanese government bonds ... Money Morning Australia, 1 week ago
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Japanese investors are scooping up bonds overseas to flee negative yields at home, driving a global debt-market rally. Money managers purchased a net ¥4.45 trillion of debt abroad from Feb. 12 to March 4, the biggest three-week outflow since the ...Japan Times, 1 month ago Japanese Binge on Debt Abroad in Nippon Life's Unavoidable Trade Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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