Japanese bond risk slides ahead of parliamentary election

07/17/2013 | Bloomberg · Asahi Shimbun (Japan), The · Mainichi (Japan), The

The likelihood of a big win by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Liberal Democrat Party has Japan's bond risk falling at the fastest rate in the developed world. During the past month, five-year credit default swaps have declined 13 basis points. Abe's governing coalition is expected to gain control of parliament's upper house, giving him votes needed to implement aggressive growth policy.

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