What's Next for the Bank of Japan?
Never before has the Bank of Japan done so much to achieve so little. Even after arranging a record stimulus program and reducing a key interest rate to less than zero, the central bank has failed to boost inflation to its goal of 2 percent. Stocks are little changed from where they were in October 2014 when Governor Haruhiko Kuroda expanded his package of asset purchases. Exports are declining. Aviva Investors Head of Rates Charles Diebel discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards in London and Manus Cranny in Dubai on "Countdown."
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