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Japan’s foreign-exchange reserves at the end of April amounted to $1.011 trillion, down $7.076 billion from the end of March, largely due to rising U.S. Treasury bond yields during the period, the Finance Ministry said Tuesday.

Despite the decline, the country’s foreign reserves were the fourth largest on record and stayed above the $1 trillion level for the sixth straight month.

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