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In the broadest sense, an organisation empowered to create and enforce law, and to manage (administer) an area of land, a specific group of people, or an association.
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Japanese securities companies used the gensaki market to finance their inventories of bonds and, in the process, greatly expanded their overall share of the underwriting of Japanese government bonds.
Strzalkowski and he has managed this government bond funds since 2009.
Through its decade-long economic downturns, the government has floated a huge amount of government bonds whose outstanding balance is expected to reach some 390 trillion yen by the end of next March.
In the new framework, the BOJ has terminated its asset-purchase program for unified bond buying through market operations, and decided to purchase more than 7 trillion yen worth of government bonds every month, a move expected to further lower long-term interest rates.
Right now, government bonds are not a popular option for 401(k) plans and other forms of long-term savings.
the average high yield bond mutual fund outperformed stocks and government bonds in 1992, (see note 3).
The bank has a self-imposed rule to keep its Japanese government bonds holdings below the outstanding issue of BOJ notes so that it will not be seen to be buying government bonds to cover fiscal deficits.
Source: Global Real Estate Securities: UBS Global Real Estate Investors Index; Global Bonds: JP Morgan Global Government Bond Index; and Global Stocks: MSCI World Index.
After bouts of selling, government bonds drew some buybacks after the yield reached the key threshold of 1.
Treasury and European Government Bond Data products, as well as other Cantor data products, will be available as optional services on QUICK's ActiveManager platform.
Investors also bought government bonds after Tuesday's 20-year bond auction met strong demand, traders said.

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