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THE INSIDE JAPAN COLUMN: Yen Gains on Cohn Tangle; BOJ Operation in Focus: Inside Japan

(Bloomberg) — Yen extended overnight gains on concerns the confusion in U.S. politics could undermine the American economy by hindering implementations of key policies. Bonds will focus on the Bank of Japan’s market operation after it cut the amount of long maturities earlier this week. USD/JPY falls 0.2% to 109.40, …

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THE INSIDE AUSTRALIA COLUMN: Bonds Rise as Spain Attack Pushes Down Stocks: Inside Australia

  (Bloomberg) — Australia’s bonds headed for their first back-to-back gain in two weeks as a terrorist attack in Spain and political turmoil in the U.S. pushed down stocks around the world. Three-year bond yield declines 2bps to 1.97%, 10-year yield falls 3bps to 2.62% Australia plans to sell A$500m …

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THE ASIA FX/RATES DAYBOOK: FX/RATES ASIA DAYBOOK: USTs Gain Amid U.S. Political Tensions

(Bloomberg) — Treasuries and the yen climbed as traders grew uneasy with turmoil surrounding the Trump administration and after a suspected terror attack in Barcelona; the S&P 500 had its second biggest one-day decline this year. TODAY China FDI, property prices; Taiwan GDP; Malaysia GDP, current account; Thailand foreign reserves, …

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