TOKYO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co. is launching 50 billion yen ($433.5 million) of five-year Samurai bonds with a 1.03 percent coupon on Friday, lead manager J.P. Morgan Securities said. It is also issuing 25 billion yen of 10-year subordinated Samurai bonds with a 1.93 percent coupon on Friday, the lead manager said. Both Samurai issues -- yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities -- will be priced at par. ($1=115.33 Yen)
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