Kuroda's 2014 Surprise Wiped Out Everywhere But in Bonds: ChartBy
The yen’s steepest two-week climb this century and the worst Japanese stock rout since soon after Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. collapsed more than seven years ago have unwound the impact of Haruhiko Kuroda’s unexpected October 2014 decision to expand easing. Bonds are still rallying though, with the 10-year yield holding near the record-low of minus 0.035 percent reached earlier this week.
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