Concerns over Brexit continue to send investors to the yen
The yield on Japan’s 20-year government bond fell below zero for the first time ever today as investors flee the pound sterling and the euro in the wake of Brexit. The 30-year yield dropped as low as 0.015%, and the 10-year bond yield hit a record low of minus 0.275%.

Yields took a dip this week following news that M&G Investments and Aviva Investors, two big British asset managers, blocked worried investors from pulling money out of real-estate funds, pushing the pound to a new...


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