Stress in Japanese corporate bonds seen as a sign of things to come

TOKYO Yields are rising in Japan’s tiny corporate bond market as traders pre-emptively brace for the Bank of Japan to stop being buyer of last resort, making this market a microcosm of wider fears over the end of Japan’s four-year-long stimulus policy.
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