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Higher bond yields won’t prompt massive repatriation

While 10-year JGB yields have fallen well below 1% as the BoJ today delayed the announcement of tapering plans to its July meeting, they are still around a decade-high. The ability of Japanese investors to earn higher returns at home has prompted concerns that they will repatriate their sizeable holdings of overseas assets, but we think those fears are overdone.

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