Fukui says BOJ to help economy with low rates

Bank of Japan governor Toshihiko Fukui told lawmakers Thursday 22 March that the central bank will help maintain economic growth under price stability by keeping very low interest rates "for now" and vary them only gradually in line with the economic outlook.

Fukui also told the Upper House financial affairs committee that markets are making an "autonomous" adjustment to past aggressive risk taking, suggesting that recent fluctuations in global stock markets are posing little risk to the real

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