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Unrequited anxiety

17 March 2011 By Wayne Arnold

The currency’s recordsetting leap anticipated a Japanese retreat from global markets, but that is unlikely to materialise. The cost of rebuilding Japan won’t require massive repatriation. The yen’s surge has hurt those betting against it, and is likely to be short lived.

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