The Bank of Japan is becoming increasingly concerned its massive government bond purchases are drying up market liquidity, six months after investors warned that conditions were deteriorating.
The BOJ this week expanded its liquidity-providing facility to include treasury bills, whose yields below zero across maturities ranging up to one year point to demand that far outweighs supply.
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