Bank of Japan

Iwata says Japan’s exports headed for a ‘moderate increase’

Central Banking | 10 Sep 2014

The ‘sluggishness in emerging economies’ has provoked ‘some weakness’ in Japan’s exports, says the deputy governor of the Bank of Japan, but this should ‘gradually disappear’

Topics: Bank of Japan, Japan, Exports

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BoJ focused on ‘underlying trend of prices’

Central Banking | 09 Sep 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, Inflation

BoJ’s Ishida homes in on private consumption

Central Banking | 29 Aug 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, Demand

Governors and deputies address labour market conundrums at Jackson Hole

Central Banking | 27 Aug 2014

Topics: Haruhiko Kuroda, Bank of Japan, Alexandre Tombini, Central Bank of Brazil, Ben Broadbent, Bank of England, Forward guidance, quantitative easing, Jackson Hole

Can central bankers live up to their role as the guardians of finance?

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Financial crisis, quantitative easing, IMF, Bank for International Settlements, ECB, Bank of Japan, Federal Reserve, Macro-prudential regulation

Bank of Japan expects inflation to remain short of target for ‘some time'

Central Banking | 08 Aug 2014

Topics: Bank of Japan, Japan, quantitative easing, Inflation

Shrinking BoJ balance sheet will take longer post-QQE than in 2006

Central Banking | 05 Aug 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, quantitative easing

IMF endorses Japan's QQE despite slowing progress to 2% inflation target

Central Banking | 31 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of Japan, Japan

Kuroda says ‘prompt action’ needed to address impact of demographic changes

Central Banking | 29 Jul 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, Haruhiko Kuroda

Shirai calls for mechanisms to manage policy conflict

Central Banking | 23 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of Japan, Macro-prudential regulation, monetary policy, Sayuri Shirai

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