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Japan BOJ via The Independent Trader
Recently Japanese equity markets were hit by an ‘earthquake’. The biggest bank in Japan – Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BOTM) – resigned of his primary dealer status. The reason for such decision is the structure of government debt which can be described as a huge speculative bubble. Who inflated it? The Bank of Japan through countless interventions. Tokio is a leader of zero or negative interest rates scaring any small investor away from the debt market. Today even 10-year bonds are . . .
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