The Bank of Japan kept interest rates unchanged in December on concern about market “instability,” and the rising risk that the U.S. slowdown will intensify, minutes show.
“Global financial markets continued to be unstable,” members said at their Dec. 19-20 meeting, according to minutes published Friday. “In this situation, it was appropriate to carefully examine economic and financial developments at home and abroad.”
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