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The Bank of Japan will reportedly consider making a Fed-like open-ended pledge to purchase...

The Bank of Japan will reportedly consider making a Fed-like open-ended pledge to purchase assets until it reaches a new inflation target of 2%. At a policy meeting next week, the BOJ is also expected to increase its asset-buying by ¥10T ($112B), and it might discuss halting the 0.1% interest it pays to financial institutions for holding their reserves as it looks to further push down interest rates and weaken the yen.
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  • kwm3
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    Japan still trying to recover from the housing bubble that burst 20 years ago. I wonder if the US and EU will be in the same boat for 20 years?
    18 Jan 2013, 06:48 AM Reply Like
  • youngman442002
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    We are going to need some new statistics for this trade war.....car prices will fluctuate daily...maybe hourly like gold and silver
    18 Jan 2013, 07:52 AM Reply Like
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