Yen Surges Most Since 2010 as BOJ Refrains From Adding StimulusBy and
Gain is biggest since day of `flash crash' in U.S. equities
Slight majority of economists had predicted some policy action
The yen surged by the most since 2010 after the Bank of Japan maintained its record stimulus, surprising traders who had expected additional easing and forcing them to exit bets on declines in the currency.
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