BOJ’s balancesheet reaches 500 trillion yen; about to overtake Fed

The Bank of Japan hit a new milestone as its balance sheet topped 500 trillion yen ($4.48 trillion), roughly the same size as that of the Federal Reserve, having more than tripled since it started aggressive stimulus in 2013. But while the central bank …
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