• Kyodo News


The Bank of Japan began a two-day Policy Board meeting Monday, with its members expected to retain the BOJ’s cautious view on the economy and hold its key interest rate unchanged at 0.1 percent.

After deciding in a July policy meeting to extend its emergency measures to support corporate financing for three more months, the main focus of this meeting will be how the central bank regards the prospects of the economy and prices.

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