Bank of Japan keeps planned bond purchase amounts for April unchanged from March. Below is the breakdown of BOJ’s bond buying plan. The figures refer to planned purchase amounts per operation:
Twice a month
Up to 1 year: 10b to 100b yen
Six times a month
1 to 3 years: 200b to 300b yen
3 to 5 years: 250b to 350b yen
5 to 10 years: 300b to 500b yen
Five times a month
10 to 25 years: 150b to 250b yen
More than 25 years: 50b to 150b yen
Inflation-indexed bonds: 25b yen, about twice a month
Floating-rate bonds: 100b yen in even months
Source: Bloomberg Pro Terminal
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