Bank of Japan Sees Stronger Yen as Threat to Policy Course

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) says the recent strengthening of the yen, along with the still underperforming inflation, are effectively preventing major changes in monetary policy due to the heightened risks of the economy sliding back into disinflation.
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