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  • Bank of Japan shocks global markets with bond yield shift. After the BOJ said Tuesday that it would allow benchmark bond yields to trade as high as 0.5%*, the yen and bank shares surged, while the Japanese market sold off. Japanese 10-year bond yields surged, and global rates markets followed suit. U.S. stock indexes opened lower, then wavered.
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