Steady economic growth has prompted Japanese fund managers to bulk up their portfolios with domestic stocks and filter out bonds, a Reuters poll showed.

In polling 11 Japanese institutions, 58% of the average portfolio was shown to be in stock shares, while just 37.6% was dedicated to bonds. The percentage of Japanese stocks among the 58%, which is 33%, is the highest in more than seven years, according to Reuters.

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