Japan Post share sale raises $11 billion, but demand weaker than for IPO

TOKYO (Reuters) – A government sale of Japan Post Holdings Co (6178.T) stock raised $11 billion in the world’s second-biggest share sale this year, with the postal and financial giant’s attractive dividend yield helping drum up sufficient, albeit …
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