The Bank of Japan decided Wednesday to further ease its ultra-loose monetary policy, despite its past assertions that the move will do little to allay fundamental fears about the economy.

The central bank changed its liquidity target to a range between 10 trillion yen and 15 trillion yen, instead of the current target of “above 6 trillion yen” in effect since September.

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