Fed Hawks Spur Japan Bond Buying as Swaps Turn World Upside DownBy and
Dollar holders are getting deeper discounts to borrow yen
Odds of higher U.S. interest rates by July climb above 50%
Hawkish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve are making it more lucrative for global funds to buy negative-yielding Japanese government bonds -- after currency swaps have worked their magic.
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