The Bank of Japan’s monetary policy statement is out.And as expected, nothing has changed.
The BOJ is keeping interest rates unchanged.
Also, it’s keeping its asset-purchase fund at ¥76 trillion.
“Japan’s economy has stopped weakening,” they wrote.
Experts don’t expect much action until the uber-dovish Haruhiko Kuroda takes the helm at the Bank.
Meanwhile, Japan’s stock market is still up with the Nikkei north of 12,000.
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