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Benign neglect

5 February 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

The prime minister’s anti-deflation therapy could have done without the 11 percent drop in the stock market this year. But as long as the bond market remains calm and the yen weak enough to help boost inflation expectations, Shinzo Abe can focus on reforms and leave stocks alone.

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