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 …
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