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BOJ bond-buying faces challenge as Japan Post slows debt sales

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The Bank of Japan (above) has been criticised by bond traders for sucking the life out of the world's second largest bond market without getting any closer to its 2 per cent inflation target.

Tokyo

THE day when the Bank of Japan (BOJ) cannot find enough bonds to buy is drawing closer.

State-owned Japan Post Bank Co will probably offload about 10 trillion yen (S$110.5 billion) of Japanese government bonds (JGB) in the year started April 1, according to Bank of America

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