BOJ Decision Today Will Make Market `Very Happy'

April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Yuuki Sakurai, president of Fukoku Capital Management Inc., talks about his expectations for the Bank of Japan's policy decision today and its implications for the domestic stock market. BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda may be constrained in the amount of stimulus he can deliver at his first policy meeting today as he seeks support from a board mostly appointed by the previous government. Sakurai speaks with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Did Kuroda's Radical Policy Knowingly Disappoint?
37:52 - The Bank of Japan’s most anticipated policy announcement in years left investors underwhelmed, sparking a surge in the yen and sending government bonds and emerging-market stocks lower. Japan’s currency rallied against all of its 31 major peers after the BOJ kept its government-bond buying target and policy interest rate unchanged, opting instead to increase exchange-traded fund purchases. Mitsubishi UFJ Chief Economist Brendan Brown discusses with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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