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Shogo Fujita, Chief Japan Bond Strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch explains why JGBs are likely to stay the preferred destination for Japan investors.
Michael Gurka, Managing Director at Spectrum Asset Management says rising bond yields are going to keep bond vigilantes busy.
Mark Hibbs, Managing Director & Portfolio Manager at Adamas Asset Management says the Japan market had gone ahead of itself, hence the recent pullback. He says the correction is still considered healthy.
Japan could be too hot to handle, says Stephen Roach, a former executive chairman at Morgan Stanley Asia.
Nikkei futures remain volatile ahead of Japan's open, reports NBC's Sri Jegarajah. Joshua Pierce, Baystate Wealth Management, explains why Japan has nowhere to go but up.
The Fed realizes at some point it has to scale back its bond purchases and that's made the stock market "very unpredictable," Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity Investments told CNBC.
Tres Knippa, owner of Kenai Capital Management, says that Japan is going through "a shift of sentiment" and that it's only at the beginning of "a very sharp move lower" for JGB.
Chris Tedder, Research Analyst at FOREX.com is expecting further action from the Bank of Japan to spur growth which could weaken the yen further.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services highlights what markets are missing amid speculations of the Fed rolling back on quantitative easing.
Jeremy Hill, Managing Partner at TF Market Advisors expects the 10-year note to hit 1.2 percent by year-end. Andre De Silva, Head of Asia-Pacific Rates at HSBC Global Research weighs in.
Andre De Silva, Head of Asia-Pacific Rates at HSBC Global Research says there have been significant flows from Japanese investors into euro zone and emerging market bonds.
Andre De Silva, Head of Asia-Pacific Rates at HSBC Global Research says Japanese government bond volatility should be expected when comparing the market with the U.S. during its first round of quantitative easing.
Global policymakers must allow some emerging countries to set capital controls to mitigate the impact from financial crises, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday.
Japan took the top spot as the world's largest creditor nation again with a record $2.9 trillion. However, analysts say it could be short-lived since Japan continues to run massive trade deficits. The Nikkei's Sachiko Kishida has more.
Steven Englander, global head of G10 FX strategy at Citi, says the Bank of Japan's commitment to expand the balance sheet means the JPY will weaken further and discusses Japan structural reforms.
Jesper Koll, managing director and head of Japanese equity research at JPMorgan Securities, tells CNBC that Abenomics is definitely working, with most importantly a bank credit cycle unfold for the first time.
Neil Dwane, chief investment officer for Equities for Europe at Allianz Global Investors, tells CNBC that the hard part for both Japan and Europe will be the underlying restructuring of the economy.
George Saravelos, European head of FX strategy at Deutsche Bank, tells CNBC that he remains very bullish on Japanese equities and Dollar/Yen.
Brendan Brown, Head of Research at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International says the massive QE in Japan has failed to arrest rising yields and expects the same to happen in the U.S.
David Marshall, Senior Analyst, Asia-Pacific Financials at CreditSights talks about how the volatility in the JGB market will affect the outlook for Japan Banks. Michael McCarthy, Chief Market Strategist at CMC Markets joins in the conversation.