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Bank of Japan opens bond-buying flood gates

As economists hit the books on the dire days of the 1930s, it only seems fitting that the Bank of Japan might be dusting off Korekiyo Takahashi’s playbook from that depression-ravaged period. Takahashi is often called “the John Maynard Keynes of Japan” for his aggressive reflation efforts nine decades back. He’s a highly complicated figure in […]