Yields on 10-year Japanese government bonds on Monday gained to their strongest level in over fourteen days, in front of a sell-off that could decide traders' interest for the most recent month of the year.
Benchmark 10-year Japanese government bonds futures dropped 0.33 points to 152.83, with an exchanging volume of 19,457 lots.
The 10-year Japanese government bonds yield gained 2.5 bps to minus 0.060 percent, the best return since Nov. 14.
Japan's finance ministry intends to sell new 10-year government bonds on Tuesday, and investors will break down the outcomes to decide if traders' requests will hold up in December.
The 20-year Japanese government bonds yield added 1 bp to 0.260 percent.
The 30-year Japanese government bonds yield gained 1 bp to 0.415 percent.
In the yield curve, the five-year yield advanced by 1.5 bps to minus 0.170 percent.
At the short end, the two-year Japanese government bonds yield progressed 1 bp to minus 0.170 percent.