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1 October 2019 By Anna Szymanski

The weakest Japanese government-bond auction in three years caused global yields to jump. The swift reaction, rooted in uncertainty about new policies designed to keep rates low, should teach Europe a worrying lesson: A bond-purchasing safety net can sometimes be dangerous.

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