The Bank of Japan Policy Board decided by a majority vote Thursday to maintain its ultraeasy monetary policy.

After the one-day meeting of the nine-member board concluded, the BOJ said it has decided to “provide ample liquidity to the money market by aiming at maintaining the outstanding balance of current accounts held at the bank at above 6 trillion yen.”

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