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The currency world showed signs of emerging from its low-volatility stupor this week after the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank surprised traders with messages on their bond-buying policy that fueled rallies in the euro and yen.

The BOJ kicked things off Tuesday by cutting purchases of long-dated Japanese government bonds, spurring bets it may also tweak its yield-curve control policy. Then on Thursday, ECB policy makers said they’re open to tweaking policy guidance soon to align it with an improving economy, leading traders to speculate the bank will end its bond buying this year.

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