The Bank of Japan faces a dilemma as inflationary pressures are becoming increasingly broad-based at the same time as economic activity is softening. What may tilt the balance towards the ending of Yield Curve Control next month are signs of spill-overs from deteriorating government bond market functioning into other financial markets.
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