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23 Sept 2016 (AFR) – Bank of Japan’s other neat trick: Yield targeting regime averts global bond market sell-off

(23 September 2016, AFR, p17, by Vesna Poljak)

‘The Bank of Japan’s surprise decision to target the level of Japanese bond yields has another purpose beyond figuring into the central bank’s inflation ambitions. It means the BoJ has killed off any chance that an epic bond market sell-off begins in Tokyo – for now. Bond funds were on edge heading into this week’s round of central bank meetings, of which the BoJ’s had the most at stake.’

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