Japan Bond Yields Soar After Kuroda’s Stimulus Decision: Chart

BOJ Will Review Policy, Buy More ETFs

Japan’s sub-zero debt market became rather less negative Friday, with yields on benchmark 10-year government bonds soaring the most since 2013. The jump came after the Bank of Japan decided not to increase its pace of bond buying, opting to purchase more exchange-traded funds instead. Governor Haruhiko Kuroda’s decision to take rates negative earlier this year set off a record rally for Japanese bonds.

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