Political risk seeps into yen trade as Japan’s Abe faces popular upstart in October election

His rationale is concerns about who the next administration would pick to lead Japan’s central bank, given that Haruhiko Kuroda, who has overseen unprecedented “quantitative and qualitative easing,” comes to the end of his term in April. If Abe’s …
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