BoJ may tweak policy at next meeting – local media

Bank of Japan: set to announce operational tweaks to its stimulus programme

The Bank of Japan is considering changing its approach to certain elements of monetary policy, according to Japanese and international media sources.  

The BoJ is mulling changes partly to address the erosion of profits at commercial banks following years of zero rates, some reports said.

Its next monetary policy meeting will take place on July 30 and 31, after which it will release its quarterly outlook report.

Reuters reported on July 20 that the BoJ was in “unusually active discussions” to

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