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Japan Signals A Rate Hike Joining World Trend Upward

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http://edition.cnn.com/2006/BUSINESS/02/09...reut/index.html

Japan's top banker fuels rate-hike speculation

Thursday, February 9, 2006 Posted: 1439 GMT (2239 HKT)

TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) -- Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui on Thursday gave his strongest indication yet the bank may soon end its five-year-old ultra-easy monetary policy, saying its judgment would become more crucial from its next meeting onwards.

With Japan in recovery mode it might be a good time to invest in the Nikkei.

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http://edition.cnn.com/2006/BUSINESS/02/09...reut/index.html

Japan's top banker fuels rate-hike speculation

Thursday, February 9, 2006 Posted: 1439 GMT (2239 HKT)

TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) -- Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui on Thursday gave his strongest indication yet the bank may soon end its five-year-old ultra-easy monetary policy, saying its judgment would become more crucial from its next meeting onwards.

With Japan in recovery mode it might be a good time to invest in the Nikkei.

Only the UK wants to go otherway

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We're special, out of sync with the rest of the world, can buck the trend and lower our rates because we are in a new paradigm.

At least thats what Gordon and most of the press would have us believe or maybe they actually do believe it themselves, either way its embarrassing.

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We're special, out of sync with the rest of the world, can buck the trend and lower our rates because we are in a new paradigm.

At least thats what Gordon and most of the press would have us believe or maybe they actually do believe it themselves, either way its embarrassing.

Is this new paradigm Gordon's miracle economy? Where wealth is seemingly created by debt which continues to increase indefintely by paying it off with different forms of debt. Much like the person with 2 or more credit cards paying one off with the other and simply increasing the limits each month as the balance is cleared.

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