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|... speak louder than words." That may be so but it appears that this generally accepted truism does not apply to the Bank of Japan (BOJ). The Japanese central bank has kept monetary on hold since it introduced quantitative and qualitative easing (QQE) with ...|
|... (ECB) has taken its deposit facility rate further into the negative and is re-starting QE in November; and, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) vowing to use all tools at its disposal to ease monetary policy. The BOE is the only major central bank that's engaged ...|
|... fifth straight month of contraction in the sector. Likewise, while it came in better than market expectations, the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) Tankan index - a measure of business confidence - for big manufacturers fall from a reading of +7 in the June ...|
|... Carroll's 'Through the Looking-Glass' The "Red Queen" in the novel should have been giving this advice to Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor Haruhiko Kuroda san, instead of Alice. But nah. The BOJ kept monetary policy settings as they were - the ...|
|... the "Land of the Rising Sun" had been absent from the headlines. The last headline news out of Japan was when the Bank of Japan (BOJ) conducted its monetary policy meeting on July 30, deciding to keep the status quo - interest rate at -0.1% and 10-year ...|
|... normalisation and cut the fed funds rate by 25 basis points to 2.25% in what's speculated of a rate-cutting regime. The Bank of Japan (BOJ) persists with its quantitative and qualitative monetary easing (QQE) first, with negative interest rates ...|
|... the host country, Japan. Like all other nations on this planet, Japan has skin in the game. More so, after the Bank of Japan (BOJ) nominated "the consequences of protectionist moves and their effects" as one of the major risks to its outlook that its ...|
|... policy committee decided to keep current monetary policy settings at its June meeting just like the Fed and the Bank of Japan, it offered an opposing forward guidance to the future path of UK interest rates. The British central bank admitted in its June ...|
|... Fed rate cuts (one, two or three for the RBA) going forward, but there are no such similar expectations for the Bank of Japan (BOJ). With the BOJ's policy rate currently at negative 0.1% and its "yield curve control" measure keeping the yield on ...|
|... on 3000 publicly traded companies listed in the US and 15 central banks including the Reserve Bank of Australia, Bank of Japan, US Fed Reserve and European "Prattle is yet another powerful tool for asset managers to discover actionable insight from the ...|
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