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Last samurai

31 October 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

The Bank of Japan is cranking up its bond-buying just as the Federal Reserve winds down. But even the Japanese central bank is becoming more sceptical of quantitative easing. If 2 percent inflation proves elusive, the BOJ will need even bolder policies – or to throw in the towel.   

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