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Japanese Bonds Rise as Middle East Unrest Spurs Safety Demand - San Francisco Chronicle


Japanese Bonds Rise as Middle East Unrest Spurs Safety Demand
San Francisco Chronicle
22 (Bloomberg) -- Japan's bonds rose, sending yields on 10-year debt to a two-week low, amid increased demand for safer assets as public demonstrations in Middle Eastern nations turned to violence in Libya. Government debt also advanced as Asian shares ...
Japan's 10-Year Bond Futures Gain Most This Year on Middle-East TensionsBloomberg

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