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Japanese REITs fly high on negative rates

TOKYO -- Domestic and foreign investors alike are pouring money into Japanese real estate investment trusts on expectations that the negative interest rates implemented by the Bank of Japan will spur investment in the country's property market.

     The Tokyo Stock Exchange REIT index ended up 2.2% Monday at a 15-month high of 1,970.72.

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