BOJ Bond Valuation Losses Are Said to Be $8 Billion in 2015By and
Bank’s income still increasing while bond costs soar as well
Income reduction poised to worsen as bond prices rise
The Bank of Japan wrote down the value of its holdings of government debt by 874 billion yen ($8.5 billion) in the last fiscal year, undercutting the income from its still profitable asset-purchase program.
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