A steroid injection for Japanese growth

The Nikkei surged almost 4 per cent overnight after key figures in the Bank of Japan unexpectedly resigned. It's a sign that PM Shinzo Abe's grow at all costs strategy will not be stopped.

After two decades of deflationary funk, it looks like Japan’s recently elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is convincing the markets that his growth-at-all-costs approach just might work.


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