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- The Bank of Japan, the country’s central bank, now owns more than three-quarters of the country’s exchange-traded funds, the result of a program begun in 2010 whose goal was to lower Japan’s equity-risk premium. But Japan’s premium remains at 6.94%, above the U.S.’s 5.96%.
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