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Ueda will ditch Yield Curve Control at his first meeting

Governor Kazuo Ueda faces a difficult choice as inflation has risen faster than the Bank had anticipated but economic activity is much weaker than the Bank had thought. While the risks are tilted towards a prolonged period of monetary policy inaction, we still think that the Bank will abandon Yield Curve Control this month to improve the functioning of the bond market.

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