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Japan To Begin Removing Liquidity From Market Soon

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LONDON (AFX) - The yen emerged as the biggest gainer of the day amid intense
speculation that the Bank of Japan may move to tighten monetary policy in the
Neil Mellor at the Bank of New York said markets are nearly certain that the
BoJ will end its policy of flooding the market with excess liquidity and that
speculation is now focused on how soon the central bank will abandon its zero
rate policy.
"With the end of the BoJ's quantitative easing policy all but assured over
the next few weeks, the markets have taken to pondering phase two of the
monetary policy normalisation process -- the abandonment of the zero interest
rate policy," he said.
The rhetoric from BoJ policy makers over the past few weeks has heightened
market expectations that the central bank's plans for change may kick in
somewhat swiftly, he added.
Expectations are running high that the BoJ policy meeting which concludes on
March 9 will bring about some change.
"The BoJ is nearly ready to embark on a campaign to mop up surplus liquidity
in the banking sector," said Steve Pearson at HBOS.

About 2 weeks left to sell off leveraged properties, no time to waste! (awooga??)

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Get consolidating them loans quick, guys. We might not see a time like this for a long while...!

PS about time, I for one will be glad to see the back of all these bank ads on TV if nothing else.

My personal hate is the APS which blatently sucks in all the low end earners and social benefit claimants into their web of debt.

Step forward if you want to the right to buy a tin of beans for your next meal and pay it off over 25 years.

Jingle jingle!

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Guest muttley

Ides is 13th march

Sorry to be a pedant.The ides of March is the 15th.

In the ancient Roman calendar the ides fell on the eight day after the nones.That is the 15th of March,May,July,October and the 13th in the other months.

Do I get a biscuit?

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