Japan is following in the footsteps of the man who laid the groundwork for the greatest global inflationary operation of the modern era. We see the Yen in the top panel of the chart below forming a similar pattern to that which USD made from 2000 to 2002 as an epic bubble in credit expansion was being fomented in the US.
The similarity in the charts (with a decade stagger) is striking and it is probably no coincidence that Japan has chosen to leverage its currency – which had been chronically strong since the 2007 beginnings of the US-triggered global financial meltdown – just as the US did with the once strong ‘King’ dollar in and around 2001.
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