Rising yields are creating buying opportunities in global bond markets, but Japanese investors are likely to stay home.

Japan’s 20-year securities offer a volatility and currency hedged-adjusted yield that’s more than twice that of Treasuries for Japanese investors, according to a Bloomberg analysis. The yield also outstrips that on high-yielding notes from Italy, and outperforms those of six other developed markets.

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