Kuroda Should Face Up to Zero-Price Growth, Ex-BOJ Official Says
The BOJ maintained the settings on its yield-curve control program and asset purchases.
No change at the Bank of Japan.
U.S. Economy Could Force BOJ's Hand on Rates, Kuroda Ally Says
Kuroda Leaves Magical Thinking Behind as BOJ Slogs Ahead
A second straight drop in Japan’s inflation rate points to an even longer road ahead for the Bank of Japan.
BOJ Board Members Stress Need for Prolonged Monetary Easing
Japan's Two-Year Growth Streak Set for Speed Bump in GDP Report
Japan's Regular Wages Rise at Fastest Pace in Two Decades
On Sexual Harassment Complaint, Japan's Aso Objects to Font Size
Kuroda has the BOJ pushing forward with stimulus while the other central banks move toward policy normalization.
U.S.-China Trade Dispute Takes a Toll on Japan's Inflation
Focus on Forecasts as BOJ Kicks Off New Term: Decision-Day Guide
IMF Says Bank of Japan Should Stick to Path on Inflation Target
Central bankers feel trade war may worry more about economic fallout than any boost tariffs would give to inflation.
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso won’t have an easy homecoming.
U.S., Japan Clearly Differ on Trade Policy, Japan's Aso Says
The BOJ kept its yield-curve control settings and asset purchases unchanged.
Fed's Kaplan Says Trade Issues With China Won't Resolve Soon
BOJ to Consider Normalization During Next 5 Years, Kuroda Says
BOJ Rate Hike Is Likely Within a Year, Ex-Chief Economist Says