Japan delays release of 2-yr JGB auction results due to glitch
TOKYO Aug 29 (Reuters) - Japan's finance ministry said on Thursday it has delayed the announcement of the two-year debt auction results until around 0415 GMT due to a technical glitch.
The finance ministry usually unveils the auction results at 0345 GMT.
It offered 2.9 trillion yen ($29.68 billion) worth of two-year Japanese government bonds with a coupon rate of 0.10 percent.
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