BOJ Kuroda: No Immediate Need to Tweak Pace of ETF Buying

NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday he saw no immediate need to tweak the pace or the way it buys exchange-traded funds (ETF) under its massive stimulus program. “We may make some modification to the way we buy …
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