BOJ Decision-Day Guide: Markets Bear Down on Kuroda to Act

  • Mounting concern that stronger yen may hurt Japan's economy
  • Slim majority of economists forecast more stimulus Thursday

Breaking Down Japan's CPI, Factory Output Data

The Bank of Japan will conclude a two-day policy meeting Thursday in which the state of financial markets may play a greater role than at any previous gathering since Governor Haruhiko Kuroda began a campaign of unprecedented monetary stimulus in April 2013.

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