Negative Rates Drive Japan Life Insurers to Take Greater RisksBy , , and
They plan to reduce domestic note holdings as yields plunge
Yen-bond investments to be centered around credit: SMBC Nikko
Japan’s biggest life insurers will be looking for returns in corporate bonds and infrastructure lending in the year ahead, as central bank stimulus clouds the outlook for local sovereign debt.
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