Yen Jostles With Inflation as Trigger for More BOJ Stimulus

  • Kuroda has repeatedly pushed back timetable for 2% inflation
  • Some economists are looking instead to the markets for clues

With Governor Haruhiko Kuroda more inclined to push his inflation target into the future than boost stimulus to meet it any time soon, some economists are taking a harder look at the yen as a potential trigger for further asset purchases by the Bank of Japan.

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