September 23 -- The Bank of Japan is tightening its strangle hold on the nation’s fixed-income market. It already drove borrowing costs to record lows by buying about 330 trillion yen ($3.3 trillion) of government bonds, around a third of the amount outstanding. Adding what it calls “yield curve control” to the stimulus mix looks set to freeze 10-year yields near zero. That may further squash liquidity in a market where some dealers are considering an exit. BNP Paribas Senior Investment Strategist Daniel Morris discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."