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• Fall in European risk brings the market’s focus back to reflation
• US economic growth and Fed tightening remain underpriced in our view
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• European tail risk now largely reduced and US data tends to improve mid-year
• Unwind of risk-off plus repricing of more Fed hikes is bullish USD/JPY
• We buy USD/JPY with a target of 115.00 and stop at 107.90
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