A new coronavirus variant was detected on Saturday when Japan issued a return return on Friday, which led investors to cautiously buy high-maintained stocks.
As it is known, the variant could be better suited to the vaccines, the scientists said. Although no variant is known, detected in South Africa, it has an unusual combination of mutations, and British authorities worry it could be less effective against vaccines.
Considering the recent slump in stock prices, the JGB yield dropped after the 10-year JGB yield was dropped to 0.070%.
The 20-year JGB yield fell from 0,5 base point to 0,470% while the 30-year yield reduced 0,5 base point to 0,675%.
At the lower end, the five-year yield went up 0.5 basis point, leaving 080 percent less than 0.80.
Benchmark 10-year JGB futures went up to 180 cents to 1511.72.
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