Bank of Japan's Iwata says conducting simulation on exit strategy from stimulus

TOKYO Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Kikuo Iwata said on Tuesday the central bank was conducting a study of how it could end its massive monetary stimulus in the future, but acknowledged it was still far from achieving its inflation target. Iwata, speaking …
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