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A divergent outlook for central banks after a year of tightening
Our economist anticipates a week of decisions in the US, UK and Japan.
Will markets force the BOJ to finally abandon negative rates?
With a resilient US facing higher rates for longer, the weak yen could lead to a big change in Japan.
An expanded BRICS will take some time to make progress on “de-dollarisation”
More trading in each other’s currencies will likely come first.