Japan 10-year bonds in May rose for a fifth day on speculation local stocks, global equity markets extend losses as demand for safe securities.
Reference yields are at their lowest level in two weeks after falling government bond increased by 15 January and the yen one month against the dollar damped the outlook for exporters. The Ministry of Finance will sell 2.4 trillion yen (26.4 billion dollars), five years later tomorrow.
Bonds should get an adjustment for stock-and-drop to do, said Akihiko Inoue, head of markets analyst in Tokyo at Mizuho Investors Securities Co, a unit of Japan's second largest bank.
Ten one-year bond for March published in London, traded at 139.10 from 139.23 at the close in 3 clock the Tokyo Stock Exchange on January 15. The market opens for trading on 9 hour clock Tokyo.
The 10-year bond is always to do in Japan Bond Trading Co, the largest interdealer debt broker nations.
The yield of 1.3 percent, due December 2019 fell 1.5 basis points to 1.320 percent on Jan. 15. A basis point is 0.01 percentage points. The yield was the lowest since January 5.
Nikkei 225 Stock Futures score in Chicago from 10,970 to 10,870 in Osaka on January 15 exchanged.
500 The Standard & Poors Index fell 1.1 percent in January 15 and the index Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.9 percent.
The yen rose to $ 90.60 by January 15, the highest level since December 21. Ten-year Treasury yields down 15 basis points last week.
A deposit of 1.3 percent expire in December 2019 closed from 99.82 to 1.32 percent on Jan. 15 returns after the Bloomberg Yen Bond pricing. The level is average at 6:30 clock in Tokyo by Daiwa Securities Co. Capital Citigroup Global Markets Inc, Japan, Mizuho Securities Co and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Co. all