Bank of Japan Seen to Act Soon -- Only Question Is June or July

  • Survey shows 27.5% of economists expect more easing on June 16
  • Chances rise to 55% for July 29, according to Bloomberg poll

Most economists think that the Bank of Japan is getting close to expanding its record monetary stimulus program. What they can’t agree on is whether Governor Haruhiko Kuroda will lead his policy board to take action at a meeting this week, or when they gather again next month.

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