Japan Got Paid $464 Million to Borrow Thanks to Negative YieldsBy and
BOJ's stimulus drives five-year yield below zero at auction
Ministry of Finance first enjoyed negative yields in Oct. 2014
Japan’s government has been paid at least 52 billion yen ($464 million) to borrow money since the yield on its debt first fell below zero at auction in October 2014.
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