Negative Rates Make Corporate America's Bonds Only Game in TownBy , , and
Japanese, European bond investors increasingly look abroad
Inflow of cash could help cut U.S. corporate borrowing costs
Mario Draghi and Haruhiko Kuroda have handed a big gift to U.S. companies like Coca-Cola Co. and General Electric Co.: piles of money from European and Japanese investors.
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