Bank of Japan removes timeframe for price goal, keeps policy steady

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s central bank kept monetary policy steady on Friday and removed a phrase on the timeframe for achieving its 2 percent inflation target, suggesting it is no rush to reach its elusive price goal with the economy in good shape.
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