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BoJ has succeeded in creating high-pressure economy

The Bank of Japan has succeeded in creating tight labour market conditions through ultra-loose monetary policy and is now reaping the benefits in the form of stronger wage growth. The upshot is that we expect the Bank to end negative interest rates at its April meeting.

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