Bank of Japan keeps policy steady; Kuroda dismisses talk of early exit

The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Thursday and its governor said economic improvements alone would not trigger a withdrawal of stimulus, reassuring markets it will lag well behind its overseas peers in ending crisis-mode easing. Governor …
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