‘Neither trick nor treat’: The Bank of Japan is expected to keep the status quo

With inflation in Japan remaining below target despite a recent pick up, the country’s central bank is in no hurry to tighten its monetary policy, analysts said. Even as its peers in the U.S. and Europe begin to wind down stimulus, the Bank of Japan is …
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