Bank of Japan may be ‘stealth tapering’ in markets, say analysts

Pedestrians cross a road in front of the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo. The BoJ appears to be growing more comfortable with larger declines in the country’s stock prices, a sign it may have begu…
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