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Distorted market

23 August 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

The Bank of Japan left its rate at 0.5%, even though deflation has gone. That leaves short term rates and savings returns dangerously low. A rise in rates to around 2% would restore a normal rate structure. That would bring Japanese savings home where they could do most good.

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