TOKYO , Jan. 29 -- ( Kyodo ) _ The yield on the bellwether 10-year Japanese government bond rose Wednesday morning as concerns over emerging markets receded, prompting investors to buy riskier stocks and sell the perceived safe-haven asset. The yield on the No. 332, 0.6 percent issue, the main yardstick of long-term interest rates, ended morning interdealer trading at 0.645 percent, up 0.020 percentage point from Tuesday's close. The price of the March futures contract for 10-year bonds dropped 0.21 point to 144.45 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange .
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