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Something unusual is happening in the Japanese economy

The BoJ lowers its inflation forecasts and says there's still downside risks

BoJ policy could be about to get even more radical

Don't expect tighter monetary policy in Japan anytime soon

A shift in focus from Shinzo Abe could mean the days of ultra-easy monetary policy in Japan may soon be numbered

3 of the world's most important central bankers are skipping this year's 'summer camp for economists' in Jackson Hole

The BoJ plans to be more flexible with policy -- but it's still unclear if that can stir inflation

Macquarie Bank isn't convinced the BoJ is about to shock financial markets

There's one option for the Bank of Japan that nobody seems to be talking about

The BOJ has to get its message right if and when it decides to tweak its bond buying program

Nomura thinks next week's BoJ meeting could end up being a fizzer

The Australian dollar remains a sell-on-rallies prospect

The eyes of the financial world are suddenly back on Japan

As hard as it tries, and despite mammoth bond-buying, Japan just can't get prices to increase

Japanese unemployment just plunged to a multi-decade low

The Bank of Japan appears unlikely to give up on QE anytime soon

The indicator that heralds impending US recessions is starting to flash -- but one huge factor is different this time

Japan is struggling to boost inflationary pressures

Japanese inflation is moving further away from the BOJ's target

Japan just delivered a mixed report card on how its economy is faring