Japan to nominate reflationist Wakatabe as BOJ deputy governor: Nikkei

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Japanese government is considering nominating economist Masazumi Wakatabe, an advocate of bolder monetary easing, as one of the Bank of Japan’s two deputy governors, the Nikkei reported, a sign the bank will be in no rush to dial …
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