tldr; The Bank of Japan’s 10.9 trillion yen ($81 billion) of government bond purchases last week, the most on record, dragged benchmark yields back below their 0.25% tolerance limit. The central bank ramped up bond buying as benchmark yields breached its tolerance limit amid a global debt selloff. The impact of the bond purchases have squeezed some corners of the futures markets, putting arbitrage traders under pressure.
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