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Sell-offs pummel corporate Japan's stock portfolios

Pension funds log worst returns in more than eight years

Passersby look at a screen displaying stock prices in Tokyo. The market sell-off has hurt companies' pension funds.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Crashing stock prices around the world have taken a toll on Japanese companies, whose investment portfolios, cross-shareholdings and pension funds are all taking a beating over coronavirus fears.

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