• Kyodo


Some members of the Bank of Japan’s board voiced concern that tweaking its ultraeasy monetary policy could spark an unintended rise in interest rates, according to minutes of their July meeting released Tuesday.

The Policy Board voted at the meeting to keep its benchmark for 10-year government bond yields at around zero percent while saying that yields “may move upward and downward to some extent.”

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