Japan’s 2nd-Biggest Bank Wants to Invest $900 Million in Stocks

Japan Post Bank Co. plans to spend an initial 100 billion yen ($904 million) directly buying stocks, when it finds the right opportunities. The nation’s second-largest bank by deposits, which currently invests in equities only through passive investments …
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