Fukui says reserve target assessment in April

Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui said Wednesday 23 February the central bank will decide after April if its target for reserves available to lenders is appropriate, adding that the policy of pumping funds into the economy will be maintained.

The bank will decide whether it should make any ``technical adjustments'' to the current reserve target of between 30 trillion yen ($286 billion) and 35 trillion yen, he told a committee in the lower house of parliament.

``All the bank's policy board

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