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Dovish Ueda makes yen intervention more likely

With the Bank of Japan offering little new at its policy meeting earlier today and US Treasury yields surging higher in the wake of the FOMC’s hawkish message earlier in the week, pressure on the yen has ratcheted up further. Unless US policy changes course soon, renewed exchange rate intervention in support of the yen from the Japanese authorities looks increasingly probable.

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