Governor Ueda has this week been preparing the ground for the next steps in the BoJ’s retreat from ultra-loose policy. Stronger recent wage data and increasing pressure for further, larger pay hikes next year are bolstering the case for the Bank to nudge the policy rate out of negative territory.
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