Japan Looks Set to Hold Off on Even Lower Rates - For Now

  • Analysts see BOJ waiting while digesting negative-rate impact
  • Kuroda has reasons he could point to for taking action now

Could BOJ's Kuroda Surprise Again?

The Bank of Japan will conclude a two-day policy meeting Tuesday on the heels of its decision in January to adopt a negative-rate strategy, with most economists expecting the bank’s board to wait before approving more monetary stimulus.

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