U.S.-Japan Real Yield Gap Turns Most Negative Since 2013: ChartBy
The difference between inflation-adjusted bond yields in the U.S. and Japan has slumped to levels not seen since mid-2013, after the Federal Reserve’s latest policy statement fueled a pickup in consumer-price expectations even as fixed-income rates fell. The five-year real-yield spread dropped to minus 9 basis points yesterday, the least since June 2013. The trend, if extended, threatens to erode the dollar’s appeal against the yen.
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