DB Inverse Japanese Govt Bond Futs ETNNYSEArca
|Bid||16.31 x 100|
|Day's Range||0.00 - 0.00|
|Ask||17.24 x 100|
|Avg Vol (3m)||685|
- Investopedia•3 months ago
Discover five different investments that provide exposure to Japanese bonds and that can potentially give your portfolio a boost in yield.
- Seeking Alpha•2 years ago
Japan raised its consumption tax rate in 1997 - a recession soon followed, as well as a deflationary spiral which has lasted to this day. With this month's hike in the consumption tax from 5% to 8%, investors ...