The BOJ kept its yield-curve control settings and asset purchases unchanged.
BOJ Watchers Push Back Exit Forecasts as Kuroda Talks Timing
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's New Team May Mean More Stimulus, Less Pressure on Yen
That love of cash is clear from the amount of notes and coins sloshing around in Japan.
The BOJ will keep its policy interest rates and asset purchases at current levels in its quest to hit 2% inflation.
BOJ Watchers Don't See Policy Change Soon, Despite Jumpy Market
Some at BOJ Are Said to Flag Need for Future Normalization Talks
Fukushima Looks to Top-Tier Sake to Beat Stigma, Lift Economy
BOJ Is Said to Tweak Message as Dissenter Calls for More Easing
BOJ's Holdings of JGBs Is Seen Expanding Even More Slowly in '18
Osaka's 1-Yen Sales Attract Shoppers But May Undercut Inflation
The Bank of Japan is considering a small cut to its inflation projection for this year in a quarterly report.
Abe Win May Boost Chances of New Term for Kuroda, Takenaka Says
A tourism boom has been an unexpected boon for Japan’s gritty second city.
Kuroda's Chance for Second Term at BOJ May Hinge on Election
Bank of Japan seeks to hire and promote more of them in career-track positions.
Japan's Social Security Burden Frustrates BOJ Inflation Efforts
Japan’s Richest Village Can’t Find Workers for Its Factory