Kuroda Gives Japan’s Long-Suffering Bond Traders 2018 Hope

That’s why a couple of throwaway lines from Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda in a Zurich speech last month has brought some cheer to Japanese government bond market players keen to close the books on 2017. It’s poised to become the first full …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan’s Lucrative Market for Doing Business:...
views 90
Forty industry experts, innovators, healthcare com...
Blackstone takes on $1.1 Billion Property Portfoli...
views 175
The Australian Financial Review said the bid was t...
Panel report supports letting Japan's emperor...
views 174
TOKYO -- A government panel studying a possible ab...
UPDATE 1-Japan Post Bank seeks approval to sell re...
views 291
TOKYO, March 31 Japan Post Bank Co Ltd, the countr...
BANK OF JAPAN : Main events scheduled for Wednesda...
views 162
Main events scheduled in Japan for Wednesday, July...
Falling Chinese rental yields may indicate propert...
views 178
well below average yields in major cities such as ...
Market Scramble: Tokyo covets spot in Saudi Aramco...
views 202
TOKYO -- The Tokyo Stock Exchange was previously s...
Japan PM’s approval ratings dive over land s...
views 89
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was grilled by ...
The 2017 China-Japan-Korea Industry Expo kicks off...
views 143
WEIFANG, China, Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The...
Asian stocks mixed after North Korean missile laun...
views 213
TOKYO - Shares were mixed in Asia early Monday fol...