Kuroda says the Bank of Japan is talking about an exit from its huge stimulus program

The Bank of Japan (BOJ) is currently discussing how to exit its massive stimulus program, but it’s too early to reveal any of the details. That was the statement made by Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to Japanese lawmakers in parliament Tuesday. “Internally we …
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