The Bank Of Japan May Not Reach 2% Inflation Target, But That’s No Reason To Change Monetary Policy

Several observers have noticed recent changes in tone in monetary policy in Japan. First, as the media reports, the BOJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda gave a speech at Zurich on November 13. In the lecture, he suggested the possibility of the “reversal rate …
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