The profit from the investment of the world's largest pension management company, the Government Pension Fund of Japan, in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 was 1.7%, or 2 trillion 600 billion yen. The return on investment in shares of foreign companies increased by 5.2% to 2 trillion yen. The Fund recorded a return on investment in Japanese stocks at the level of 0.1%, or 420 billion yen. Investments in government bonds of Japan brought the fund a yield of minus 0.1%, in government bonds of other countries - 0.6%. As of the end of June, the Japanese bonds accounted for 27.1% of the fund's portfolio, Japanese stocks - 25.6%, foreign shares - 25.3%, foreign bonds - 15.3%.
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