Modest Bank of Japan move could spark major market flows: McGeever

LONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) – The era of super-cheap money is ending, and stocks’ remarkable run to new highs and bond yields’ refusal to shoot higher suggest world markets are taking this seismic monetary policy shift in their stride. Yet while attention is …
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