BOJ's Fukui may detail plan to buy corporate debt

Governor of the Bank of Japan Toshihiko Fukui is likely to spell out this week details of a plan to buy corporate debt to make it easier for companies to borrow.

Source: Bloomberg News

Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui on Wednesday will probably spell out details of a plan to buy corporate debt to make it easier for companies to borrow, economists said.

Fukui may say when the purchases will start, and how much debt and of what quality the bank plans to buy, according to nine of 13 economists

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