The environment is becoming unfavorable to bonds. I don't think the auction will be good.
A decline in stocks will probably encourage investors to buy bonds.
The current yield level is attractive enough and we can expect some buying. Additional evidence to show the economy is expanding, or consumer prices are rising, is necessary for bond yields to reach a higher range.
The U.S. economy is going to be slowing down and the Fed's rate increases are coming to an end by this spring.
Some financial institutions believed Fukui would delay the action but the government can't stop him. It shocked some investors and they finally decided to cut their losses.
There's a high chance for a rate hike in March and the probability for another move the following month is growing, because the euro-zone economy is getting better. The euro could be the choice to buy on a medium-term perspective.
There's a high chance of a rate hike in March and the probability of another move the following month is growing, because the euro-zone economy is getting better. The euro could be a choice buy in the medium-term.
People sold bonds excessively the past several days and yields became high enough to attract buyers. Declines in stocks are giving people a chance to pay more attention to the value of bonds.
This is a very good sign for the economy. It's helpful for the yen.