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Bank of Japan will deliver final rate hike in July

Governor Ueda sounds keen on tightening policy further and we’re pencilling in another interest rate hike at the Bank of Japan’s July meeting. However, with underlying inflation set to fall below 2% from the second half of the year, the window for policy tightening is closing rapidly.

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