A basket of 27 stocks drawing at least 10% of their revenue from Japan is up 11% YTD, 600 bps...


A basket of 27 stocks drawing at least 10% of their revenue from Japan is up 11% YTD, 600 bps shy of the median gain for a S&P 500 stock, according to Goldman, doing the study as the yen devaluation continues. Insurers make up 3 of the 5 deriving the largest portion of revenue from Japan, with Aflac (AFL) a big underperformer, but Hartford (HIG) and Prudential (PRU) beating S&P gains.

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    Didn't HIG hedge their Japan exposure?
    10 May 2013, 07:17 PM Reply Like
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