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Bank of Japan Is Discussing Stimulus Exit Options, Says Kuroda

  • Talks are internal and it’s too early to give details, he says
  • BOJ chief pledges to continue stimulus to achieve price target
General Views of the Bank of Japan Headquarters Ahead of Monetary Policy Meeting
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The Bank of Japan is talking about how to eventually exit from its massive monetary stimulus program but it’s still too early to reveal details, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda told parliament on Tuesday.

“Internally we’re conducting various discussions,” at the staff level, Kuroda said in response to a question from a lawmaker. How the BOJ normalizes policy will depend on what’s happening with prices, the economy and markets at that time, he added.