A Not So Wishful Economic Situation

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  • 01 mins 41 secs

For the last three decades, Japan has been oscillating in and out of deflation. But that narrative has recently flipped with the Bank of Japan now dealing with its own inflation. Why is Japan’s inflation rate a big deal for global markets? CME Group Senior Economist Erik Norland explains.

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