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Asia | 17 June 2020 An Uneventful BoJ Meeting, as it Sees Light at the End of the Tunnel
The Bank of Japan yesterday kept its -0.10% policy balance rate and ten-year yield target of "around zero", as expected.

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17 June 2020 An Uneventful BoJ Meeting, as it Sees Light at the End of the Tunnel

By Miguel Chanco

The Bank of Japan yesterday kept its -0.10% policy balance rate and ten-year yield target of "around zero", as expected.

Posted: 17th Jun 2020 in 'Asia'

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