Japan's Pension Funds Unexpectedly Sold Stocks Last QuarterBy , , and
Central bank data show end of 4.5 trillion yen buying spree
``It’s quite strange" as GPIF's peers have room to buy: Iwao
Japan’s public pension funds sold domestic stocks in the three months through June, ending a five-quarter buying spree that saw them put 4.5 trillion yen ($37.3 billion) into the nation’s equity market.
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