Bank of Japan

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Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda said that Japan was not struggling with unemployment, unlike the US and the Europe.
Bank of Japan to hold meeting of its decision-making Policy Board.
Is it an overstatement to say that there is a Bank of Japan culture that favors decisive tightening but prudent relaxation?
Tokyo-based Phoenix Capital, for example, launched two funds last year to "revitalize" Japanese businesses, including a [yen]20 billion "Japan Revival Fund" financed by domestic banks such as Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi Trust and the Development Bank of Japan.
On July 7 the Bank of Japan guided the overnight call money rate to a historic low of 0.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) plans to close the Otaru branch in Hokkaido and the Kitakyushu branch in Fukuoka Prefecture as part of government efforts to streamline the central bank's operation, BOJ sources said Wednesday.
Therefore it appears challenging for a central bank facing deflation to determine monetary conditions, as it was for the Bank of Japan.
REVISED RATINGS: TO FROM Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan Ltd.
The central bank of Japan has quelled hopes of a stimulus cut.
of the activation of certain transaction trigger events relating to the Bank of Japan Law Article 38.
TOKYO, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to Japan's "Big Bang", an overhaul of Japan's financial regulations, The Industrial Bank of Japan, Limited ("IBJ") and The Nomura Securities Co.
In Japan, market participants had noted that short-term market interest rates had drifted progressively higher for several months, and that this trend had continued even after the Bank of Japan raised its discount rate in a surprise move in October.
Akinari Horii, Advisor to the Governor, Bank of Japan (Wharton
A deputy governor with Bank of Japan has called for more coordination between central banks around the world.
TOKYO - The Bank of Japan unanimously decided Thursday to hold its key short-term interest rate steady and cut its assessment of the country's economy, saying the pace of growth ''seems to be slowing.