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The Bank of Japan decided Tuesday to expand its purchases of banks’ stockholdings by 50 percent to 3 trillion yen, a move calculated to help banks weather declines in share prices and to quiet some politicians.

The decision came in one of two Policy Board meetings called by Toshihiko Fukui, who took over as BOJ governor only last week.

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