Why the Bank of Japan could still shock markets

As a political noose tightens around Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s premiership in Tokyo, investors are buzzing about something else tightening – Japanese monetary policy. No, not because the Bank of Japan is getting closer to 2 per cent …
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