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Japan Piled Back Into U.S. Treasurys This Year. Investors Worry It Won’t Last.

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Japan’s rebounding appetite for U.S. Treasurys supported shaky bond markets early this year. Now, investors worry it might be growing satiated.

Japanese investors bought the most long-term foreign bonds in the week ended Feb. 17 since the onset of Covid-19, according to Japan Ministry of Finance data.

Institutional investors—comprising banks, life insurers and pensions—added nearly $21 billion to their foreign bondholdings.

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