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Japan Holds Ir At .25%

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4782463.stm

Japan's central bank has held its key interest rate at 0.25% - a month after it scrapped its zero rate.

The Bank of Japan had said it would only increase rates gradually, having not lifted them for six years prior to last month's decision.

Thats the Fed and BoJ both holding rates now, seems like that would add reason for BofE to hold for next month atleast.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4782463.stm

Thats the Fed and BoJ both holding rates now, seems like that would add reason for BofE to hold for next month atleast.

AFP

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4782463.stm

Thats the Fed and BoJ both holding rates now, seems like that would add reason for BofE to hold for next month atleast.

AFP

lets wait for cpi figs next week (14th i think). if 2.8% or above irs will go up.

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Did anyone believe it remotely possible the BOJ would raise again this month?

I think this is the most important global rate to watch out for as it is in effect "holding up" all the others.

It is conceivable that they will raise again late this year, but very likely they will rise early 2007. Remember, they will be doubleing rates when they hike by .25%

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