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JAPAN: The latest round of weekly international security flow data revealed that
Japanese investors were net sellers of foreign bonds, bringing an end to a
4-week streak of net purchases, and recording the largest round of net selling
seen since early May (Y522.8bn).
- There was a slight uptick in Japanese net purchases of foreign stocks (to
Y210.4bn), representing a third straight week of net purchases, with only one
week of net selling of foreign stocks recorded since the turn of the fiscal
- Foreigners remained net sellers of Japanese bonds in the most recent week,
registering a second consecutive week of net sales, although the rate of the
shedding virtually slowed (to Y746.5bn). Foreigners have been sellers of
Japanese paper in 4 out of the last 5 weeks.
- Finally, foreign investors racked up a 4th straight week of net selling of
Japanese equities, although the pace slowed dramatically (to Y77.0bn).