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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Japan starts a genuine reflation

Finally.  The new govt in Japan is forcing the BoJ to target positive inflation.  The yen is (rightly) plumetting as a result.  And the wash of new money will force others to follow suit, or their currencies will rise against the yen.

The yen has made a MAJOR technical down break.

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