BOJ Said to Seek Freer Yield Fluctuations After Policy Review - Bloomberg
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Bank of Japan officials are looking at ways to enable yields to fluctuate more freely in their policy review, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Some officials want to find ways to generate more fluctuation while sticking with the current movement range of around 20 bases points either side of its zero target on government debt.
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