MI2 Chart Point: Two Things to Watch in Japan

As global central banks fight a rearguard action against the assault of resurgent growth and rampant inflation, the BoJ continues to hold the line under the direction of its unmovable Governor, Haruhiko Kuroda. Even for those of you who don’t trade Japan directly, this stance can’t be understated because if the BoJ sneeze, expect global bond markets to catch a cold due to the significance of Japanese capital flows.

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