Kuroda Lingers Alone in Land of Stimulus as Peers Move On: Chart

The Bank of Japan is expected to go on bucking the recent hawkish tilt from its peers when it concludes its meeting Thursday in Tokyo, leaving its unprecedented stimulus measures in place. Indeed, swaps traders are betting Japan’s key rate will remain unchanged for another year, in contrast to every other major developed nation. The only changes coming at the bank look to be personnel ones -- two board members will be departing after being the only consistent voices of opposition to the radical stimulus policies of Governor Haruhiko Kuroda.

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