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2% inflation if Russian energy flows disrupted

A spike in energy prices caused by significant disruption to Russian exports would lift Japanese inflation to 2% from April until the end of this year. However, the BoJ wouldn’t respond by lifting its policy rate as it wouldn’t be able to argue that inflation was overshooting its 2% target in a sustained manner.

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