BOJ watch

At the University of Zurich on Nov. 13, BOJ Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said he would watch the impact of low interest rates on financial institutions.

BOJ's Kuroda cites side effects of aggressive monetary easing

Four years after major policy shift, central bank chief mulls pros and cons

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