Japan’s long-term rates glued to the floor

TOKYO — For months, Japan’s long-term interest rates have stayed near the floor, with the Bank of Japan buying the vast majority of government bonds as part of its ultra-aggressive monetary easing program. The central bank’s extraordinary campaign to …
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