A disorderly shift in Japan’s monetary policy could spark bond-market contagion and increase risks of a ‘financial accident,’ Mohamed El-Erian says

Mohamed El-ErianREUTERS/Fred Prouser

  • Japan needs to be mindful of its yield curve control exit, Mohamed El-Erian wrote in Bloomberg.

  • A disorderly exit would create volatility in world markets, and add to risks of a
    “financial accident.”

  • But Japan needs to accelerate the phase-out, the top economist added.

Japan’s central bank should be mindful of how it ends the country’s yield curve control policy, as any mismanagement could roil global markets, economist Mohamed El-Erian wrote for

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