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The BoJ And An ‘Enormous’ Risk From A ‘Very Out-Of-Consensus’ View

Down the rabbit hole with the world's most dovish central bank.

Down the rabbit hole with the world's most dovish central bank.
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4 comments on “The BoJ And An ‘Enormous’ Risk From A ‘Very Out-Of-Consensus’ View

  1. wonder the implications for Gold?

  2. Japan is broken, slightly paradoxical how the yen can remain safe haven while the government is slowly monetizing the bond market and to a lesser extent nationalizing the broader economy.

  3. USA is just a few decades behind Japan. We have already seen our future.

  4. This is a one-way street. At the end BoJ will cancel the debt it has on its books.

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