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BOJ limits foreign profits on negative-yielding bonds

The BOJ has doubled the size of its lending programme to support growth in US dollars to US$24 billion.


THE world's second-biggest bond market just became less profitable for outsiders.

The Bank of Japan's decision to boost swap lines shrank the premium foreign investors enjoy when they buy negative-yielding Japanese debt, helping put a ceiling on the yields they can earn by

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