Japan’s government bonds rose, pushing the 10-year yield down below 0.6 percent for the first time in three sessions, as declines in domestic stocks boosted demand for haven assets.
Japanese bond futures are heading for a “correction” after rising to a seven-year high earlier this month, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co. said, citing trading patterns.
Japanese bond futures may rise to a two-month high as the June contract is likely to “fill in” the price gap left by the previous benchmark, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley said, citing trading patterns.
Japan’s bond futures may rise to the highest level this year, according to Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., citing an ichimoku chart of the securities.
Japan’s bond futures may fall, snapping a five-month rally, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co. said, citing trading patterns.
The worst prime minister for Japanese government bonds in almost two decades is poised to return, ousting the best since 2006.
Japan’s bond futures rose for a fourth day as the yen traded near a five-week high against the dollar and Asian stocks fell, boosting demand for safer assets.
Japanese Finance Minister Jun Azumi called on the central bank to further ease policy moments before the Bank of Japan refrained from adding monetary stimulus.
Japan’s bonds rose for a third week as Asian stocks declined and the government pledged to balance its books within a decade, boosting demand for the nation’s debt.
Japan’s bonds declined, snapping a five-day gain, as the yen fell against the dollar, easing concern a stronger currency will hurt exporters’ earnings.