Japan looks to reduce bond floats for eighth year

TOKYO — Japan will lighten its float of government bonds in fiscal 2018 for an eighth straight year, the Finance Ministry decided Wednesday, anticipating that tax revenue growth will exceed the spending increase in the nation’s budget. The JGB issuance …
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