BOJ Gets Halfway to Inflation Target as Kuroda’s New Term Nears
Conceptually and theoretically, BOJ hasn’t ruled out adjusting rates yet.
Japan’s dependence on the central bank to drive economic policy was on show again on Friday.
Japan’s Aso Is Said to Skip G-20 Amid Calls for His Resignation
The BOJ kept its yield-curve control settings and asset purchases unchanged.
BOJ Decision-Day Guide: Focus on Kuroda's Long-Term Outlook
Here's What We Learned About the BOJ From 12 Hours of Testimony
BOJ is still thinking about exiting monetary stimulus in the 2019 fiscal year.
BOJ’s Kuroda Joins Queue of Central Banks Looking Toward Exit
The Bank of Japan gave fresh insight into when it might slow its bond-buying program.
BoJ will start thinking about how to exit its massive monetary stimulus program around the fiscal 2019.
Crime in Japan is dropping amid the longest economic expansion in almost three decades.
BOJ Likely to Stay on `Virtual Normalization' Path, Kiuchi Says
Abe’s decision to stick with Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda indicates that powerful stimulus will continue.
One of the worst-kept Japanese secret is out: Kuroda is nominated by Abe for another term as BOJ Governor.
Kuroda is widely expected to get another term.
Kuroda's New Team May Mean More Stimulus, Less Pressure on Yen
Kuroda Is Reported to Get Second Term as Bank of Japan Chief
That love of cash is clear from the amount of notes and coins sloshing around in Japan.
Japanese Inflation Continues Rising But No Closer to Target
Mnuchin’s view that “a weaker dollar is good” gives room to keep borrowing costs lower for longer.