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Japan: 50% Rise In 10 Year Bond Foreseen

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Japan's long-term interest rates may rise further

After crossing a threshold of 2.0 pct Tuesday, Japan''s long-term interest rates may rise further on growing inflation concerns amid record-high crude oil prices and the brisk performance of Japanese and overseas stock markets.
The long-term yield started its uptrend even before the Bank of Japan scrapped its quantitative easing monetary policy in early March. Its upward momentum has been accelerated by speculation that the BOJ would raise interest rates several times by the end of this year from current levels near zero pct.
Market participants now find it difficult to buy bonds in global markets, as the U.S. Federal Reserve is maintaining a rate hike campaign and, as a result, Japan, the United States and Europe are expected to simultaneously tighten credit.
Takahide Kiuchi, senior economist at the Nomura Securities Financial and Economic Research Center, said that although the bond market is falling a little too fast,
it comes as no surprise to see the 10-year JGB yield rising toward levels above 3 pct,
considering Japan''s present economic health

2% + 50% =3% Thats a big hike. :o

Edited by Realistbear

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it almost feels like a genie has been let out of the bottle ....

Yer, but old Gordy will wave his magic wand, and wallop, its back in the bottle, no worries :lol::lol:

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