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Bank of Japan will hike rates once more in July

The Bank of Japan is getting more confident in meeting its inflation target on a sustained basis and signalled that inflation wouldn’t have to overshoot for policy to be tightened further. Nonetheless, policy rate hikes will become difficult to justify once inflation falls below the Bank’s target and we’re only forecasting one more 20bp rate hike in July.

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