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A majority of economists expect the Bank of Japan to extend special funding measures this week as a spike in virus cases adds risk to the economy’s fragile recovery.

Some 66% of 38 economists surveyed by Bloomberg see the BOJ extending its programs to help pandemic-hit businesses beyond March at a two-day policy meeting ending Friday. The move is viewed by a minority of analysts as a form of monetary easing.

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