The Intervention Is More Than Erased Now, As Yen Bears Are Crushed

It’s too bad that on CNBC yesterday, David Faber didn’t ask Kyle Bass about his mortgage that he took out in yen.

Because it just keeps getting more expensive.

The effects of the intervention from a few weeks ago are now more than erased, as Japan indicates it may hop off the competitive devaluation bandwagon.


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