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The Bank of Japan is running out of government bonds to buy.

Its would-be counterparts have become increasingly unwilling to sell the debt that monetary policymakers have pledged to buy, and the most recently issued 30-year Japanese bond did not record a single trade during a session last week as existing owners opted to hoard their holdings.

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