Bank of Japan reports first drop in monetary base under Kuroda

TOKYO — The Bank of Japan’s pivot toward rate controls as the centerpiece of its ultraloose monetary policy has led the monetary base to decrease for the first time during Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda’s tenure. January saw the seasonally adjusted monetary base …
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