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How the BoJ could cut and raise rates at the same time

Slowing growth momentum has recently prompted the Bank of Japan to hint at policy action later this year. We believe the BoJ may feel forced to lower its policy rate below the current -0.1% if a further slowdown in global growth leads to more aggressive easing by global central banks and to yen appreciation.

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