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Bank of Japan debates the exit

The Trader

Published overnight Minutes from the Bank of Japan’s June 15-16 meeting show that they discussed whether and how much information should be disclosed as to its plans for ending and winding back quantative easing.  This despite once again failing to reach their 2 per cent inflation target.  Meanwhile in an unusual move CEO of Japan Exchange Group Inc. has criticised the central bank for inflating valuations via its ETF buying programme.

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