Shhh…The Bank of Japan Is Buying Fewer Bonds

Don’t look now, but Japan’s central bank is slowing its vast bond-buying exercise. The Bank of Japan bought just ¥7.89 trillion ($71.6 billion) worth of Japanese government debt last month, according to J.P. Morgan. While that sounds like a lot, it is …
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