Japanese Government Bond

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Japanese Government Bond

Any bond issued by the government of Japan. Japanese government bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the government and are considered relatively low risk.
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We are very pleased to recognise JGB as our valued partner in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait."
"Regarding the effects of JGB purchases on liquidity in the JGB and repo market, a few members ...expressed the opinion that it should continue to deliberate on measures to prevent a decline in liquidity," the summary of discussions stated, as reported in MarketWatch.
We are very pleased to recognise JGB as first ABB authorised value provider in the Middle East and beyond."
The price of the key June futures contract for 10-year JGBs lost 0.11 point to 137.15 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
(17) This rule appears to allow the government to use its setoff claim against JGB's claim for full payment on the contract.
Ten-year Japanese government bond (JGB) yields peaked at 7.5 percent in 1990--the height of the nation's real estate and stock market bubble.
Overnight call rates fluctuated wildly from 8.25 percent in 1974, but JGB yields trended fairly steady, between 7.2 percent and 9.1 percent, largely because the JGB market was not liberalized to trading yet.
The Singapore Exchange said Monday it will launch full-sized 10-year Japanese government bond (JGB) futures and options contracts later next month.
Finance Minister Masajuro Shiokawa said Monday he will pay careful attention to how the Japanese government bond (JGB) market could be affected if major banks plunge into a financial crisis.
JGB yields fell back -1.6 to -0.096% the weakest since the JGB's policy overhaul in September 2016, and Australia's 10-year yield plunged to a record low of 1.754% before moving back up slightly to now 1.777% - still down -5.3 bp on the day.