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What rate hikes in Japan could mean for global markets

We now expect the Bank of Japan to hike its policy rate – for the first time in sixteen years – next January. While we think global markets are generally braced for such an event, there’s a clear risk nonetheless that it puts pressure on long-term bonds elsewhere – as the loosening of Yield Curve Control seemed to earlier this year.

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