Japan's Mitsui Life shifting to euro bonds from dollar due to hedging costs

told a news conference. Japanese investors have stepped up buying of foreign bonds in recent years as an alternative to low-yielding domestic bonds. In the last financial year ended in March, Japanese insurers bought a record 7.76 trillion yen ($71.2 …
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