In the media | 02 Mar 2023

Financial Times: BoJ finally corners 10-year JGB market


Norihiro Yamaguchi

Senior Economist

Japanese Yen

In a piece published by the Financial Times, Norihiro Yamaguchi, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, discusses on the catch-22 for the BoJ as it wrestles with yields.

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BoJ finally corners 10-year JGB market

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