Japan’s Super-Long Bond Yields Climb After BOJ Cuts Purchases

Japan’s 40-year yield climbed above 1 percent for the first time since January after the central bank lowered purchases of super-long maturity bonds, signaling that it is pressing ahead with stealth t…
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