Bank of Japan's record $81-billion bond buy brings calm to market

Ten-year yields edged higher to 0.23% Monday in the aftermath of the BOJ's 10.9 trillion yen ($81 billion) of government bond purchases last week, the most on record

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Tokyo’s bond market began the week on a much calmer footing as traders mulled unprecedented intervention by the Bank of Japan, which dragged benchmark yields back below their closely watched

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First Published: Jun 21 2022 | 1:06 AM IST

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