Theater of the absurd surrounds BOJ's decision

According to this article from Bloomberg, published Wednesday 17 January, the Bank of Japan may be about to lose even more of the credibility is has worked to restore.

"A theater of the absurd is unfolding as the central bank holds a closely watched policy meeting," it says.

"Tomorrow, [Thursday] we will know if the BOJ sticks to its guns and raises interest rates or bows to politicians, stands pat and loses what little integrity it has built under governor Toshihiko Fukui."

The article says that

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