BOJ's Fukui doesn't rule out rate rise any time

The Bank of Japan hasn't ruled out any time for raising interest rates, governor Toshihiko Fukui said Thursday 16 November.

``Our view is that we won't rule out any timing'' for the next rate increase, Fukui said at a news conference in Tokyo on Thursday, in response to a question asking whether the bank is considering raising rates this year. The central bank held the key overnight lending rate at 0.25 percent earlier.

Fukui said investors haven't reached a consensus over when the next rate in

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