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MNI STATE OF PLAY (RPT):BOJ To Stay Easy Despite Weak Yen, Ylds

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A widening rate gap with the Fed and cloudy economic outlook weigh on the BOJ.

(Repeats article first published on June 15)

The Bank of Japan will keep easy conditions in place at its meeting this week even after the yen briefly crossed 135 to the dollar on Monday and after speculation of more aggressive hikes by the Federal Reserve forced the BOJ to increase planned bond purchases to defend its targeted yield range.

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(Repeats article first published on June 15)

The Bank of Japan will keep easy conditions in place at its meeting this week even after the yen briefly crossed 135 to the dollar on Monday and after speculation of more aggressive hikes by the Federal Reserve forced the BOJ to increase planned bond purchases to defend its targeted yield range.

Keep reading...Show less