Oct 14, 2022
Japan’s bond market is now officially broken. Whether we’re looking at indicators of their bond market liquidity being the worst they’ve been in over a decade, or the fact that the Bank of Japan now owns over two thirds of Japan’s ten-year bonds, or the worst of these that this ten-year bond failed to trade for four days at all.
It didn’t trade. We are looking at a bond market that is officially broken and coming soon to a central bank near you.
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