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Japan’s CPI inflation is finally back above its 2% target, but this won’t prompt a change from the BoJ.
The surge has been driven almost entirely by base effects, rather than any pick-up in demand.
Falling rates in China, aimed at propping up the property sector, will have little effect.
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