Hedge Funds Circle as Japan's Asset Bubble Grows
It's limbo, Japanese-style: How low can bond yields go without triggering a meltdown? This question gains urgency as 10-year government yields disappear before the world's eyes. At 0.83 percent, the lowest level since 2003, they hardly compensate …
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