Japanese government notes prices were mostly stable on Monday, with trading volume remaining thin, trading mostly sideways amid absence of overseas investors due to the Easter season.
Ten year Japanese government notes benchmark dropped by 0.06 point to 152.29, with a trading volume of 4,288 lots by late-afternoon trade.
As for the cash bond market, the ten-year JGB yield added half a basis point to reach zero percent.
The twenty-year, the thirty-year and the forty-year bonds yields ramped up half a basis point to gain each 0.325 percent, 0.445 percent and 0.465 percent, respectively.
In the short-term maturities, 5-year price went down half a basis point to negative 0.135 percent and the 2-year yield lost 1.5 bp at minus 0.195 percent.
Meantime, the U.S. Treasury market was shut on Friday due to celebration of Good Friday.