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Asia | 28 Apr 2020 No Bazooka from the BoJ, but More Support for Firms and Banks
The Policy Board of the Bank of Japan stepped up its Covid-19 liquidity relief measures yesterday, while retaining its main policy settings--namely, the -0.10% balance rate and the ten-year yield target of "around zero percent".

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28 Apr 2020 No Bazooka from the BoJ, but More Support for Firms and Banks

By Beamish Freya

The Policy Board of the Bank of Japan stepped up its Covid-19 liquidity relief measures yesterday, while retaining its main policy settings--namely, the -0.10% balance rate and the ten-year yield target of "around zero percent".

Posted: 28th Apr 2020 in 'Asia'

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