BOJ's Fukui affirms vow to keep rates near to zero

Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui has said the BOJ will continue to keep interest rates close to zero until consumer prices become positive. The comment comes after bond yields more than doubled since June 11 as hopes for an economic recovery grow.

Source: Bloomberg

Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui repeated the bank's pledge to keep short-term interest rates close to zero after government bond yields more than doubled since June 11 on signs of an economic recovery.

"We have promised

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