The Bank of Japan refrained from raising interest rates in October because of concern “unstable” global financial markets could derail economic growth, minutes show.
The bank should continue to examine upcoming economic indicators and other relevant information as well as financial market conditions carefully, most members said, according to minutes from the Oct. 10-11 Policy Board meeting released Friday.
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