Bank of Japan left its monetary stimulus unchanged and confirmed that it won’t meet its inflation target for years to come.
Losses Loom as New Normal at Japan's Banks, Ex-BOJ Official Says
BOJ to Maintain Policy Stance With Focus Growing on 10-Year Yield Range
Jump in Japan's Fresh Food Prices Could Squeeze Consumption
BOJ Has Chosen ‘Forward Guidance’ for Global Markets
Japan’s Central Bank Won’t Tweak Policy Again Any Time Soon, Ex-Official Says
BoJ said its forward guidance strengthened its commitment to stimulus program, as it took small steps toward normalizing policy.
The Bank of Japan will apply negative interest rates on fewer bank reserves to cushion the impact on commercial lenders.
BOJ Debating How to Keep Policy Sustainable, Reduce Side Effects
Kuroda’s right-hand man says benefits of BOJ policy exceed the costs so far.
Kuroda Should Face Up to Zero-Price Growth, Ex-BOJ Official Says
Kuroda has the BOJ pushing forward with stimulus while the other central banks move toward policy normalization.
Abe Rival Slams BOJ's `Desperate' Push for 2 Percent Inflation
BOJ Watchers Push Back Expectations for Policy Adjustment
The BOJ kept its yield-curve control settings and asset purchases unchanged.
BOJ Rate Hike Is Likely Within a Year, Ex-Chief Economist Says
BOJ chief pledges to continue stimulus to achieve price target.
Japan's Largest Hot Springs Resort Banks on Foreign Tourists
No Truce in Bank of Japan's Fight With Government Over Data
BOJ Watchers Push Back Exit Forecasts as Kuroda Talks Timing
BOJ Likely to Stay on `Virtual Normalization' Path, Kiuchi Says