What’s hot: Central Banks - East raising and West cutting... China dithering

That last mile of inflation is causing more divergence across central banks globally with central banks in the east raising rates, the west embarking on rate cuts while China remains on the sidelines owing to concerns of a weaker Renminbi. The Bank of Japan embarked on a significant yet incremental step, exiting negative interest policy for the first time in 17 years. We explore the impact of BOJ’s decision on Japanese equity markets.

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