Bank of Japan

Minutes of BOJ’s January Meeting Show Officials are Open to Expanding Quantitative Easing Program Further

Minutes of BOJ’s January Meeting Show Officials are Open to Expanding Quantitati

The minutes of Bank of Japan's January meeting was released on Friday, which indicated that the BOJ officials are open to extending the already massive quantitative easing program further.

The minutes revealed that officials are exploring further asset purchases and also introduction of negative rates. The bank is making an effort to fight deflation and the new insight will probably make expectations grow that the BOJ might adopt additional monetary stimulus soon using both the channels.

BOJ Under Pressure as Growth of Japan Revised Down With a Drop in Business Investments

BOJ Under Pressure as Growth of Japan Revised Down With a Drop in Business InvestmentsThere is something to worry about the economy of Japan, as recent figures show that the country's economy grew at a much slower pace than was thought earlier for the fourth quarter. The capital expenditure dropped signalling that a bounce back in consumer spending could not encourage enough business investment.

Shinzo Abe’s Nominates Haruhiko Kuroda as New Bank of Japan Governor

Shinzo Abe’s Nominates Haruhiko Kuroda as New Bank of Japan GovernorAs per recent news, Shinzo Abe has announced to nominate the Asian Development Bank President Haruhiko Kuroda as the new Bank of Japan governor. The nomination came after the selection process appeared to intensify this month.

Favorable Day for Japan; Government Bonds Rise for Second Time

Favorable Day for Japan; Government Bonds Rise for Second TimeIt has been a favorable day for Japan, after its government rose for the second time this Monday. It has been reported that the country's targeted profits were past the three-week high score attained previous week, on certainty that Bank of Japan is stick to its simple financial attitude.

Bank of Japan Waits to See Results from Asset Buying

Bank of Japan Waits to See Results from Asset BuyingMasaaki Shirakawa, the Governor of the Bank of Japan, announced on Thursday that one of his deputies suggested the government to buy 10 trillion yen in asset purchases in an overall effort to set aside 40 trillion yen for asset buying in order to support the nation’s economy.

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