NEW YORK – Haruhiko Kuroda is miles from where he wants to be. About 200 miles (320 km).
That’s the distance from Tokyo to Nagoya, where the Bank of Japan governor gave a very upbeat speech last year. Some interpreted those remarks as laying the groundwork for a shift from the ultra-accommodation that’s been the central bank’s trademark.
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