BoJ poised to leave rates unchanged - report

The Bank of Japan is expected to keep interest rates unchanged next week in its final policy board meeting for 2006, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported Wednesday 13 December, without citing sources.

Most of the nine voting policy board members are now in favor of taking a closer look at spending, prices and other economic data to be released after they meet, as well as the US economy, the business daily said.

The final decision on interest rates will be made after members analyze the BoJ's Tanka

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