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6th Apr 2022 00:00China+, Daily Monitor

Japan's services PMI rebounded in March, adding to evidence of a domestic recovery in late Q1.

Unfortunately, 2022 has had a slow start, and GDP probably fell in Q1, quarter-on-quarter.

Inflation still isn't behaving as the BoJ would like, but the sands are shifting on the yen.

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