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Bank of Japan leaves rates unchanged, maintaining ultra-loose monetary policy

  • The Bank of Japan has decided to maintain its loose monetary policy despite pressure to become more hawkish. The decision comes as the yen weakens and inflation remains high.
  • The Bank of Japan's ultra-loose monetary policy has faced increasing pressure, but officials have chosen to hold off on tightening. This decision is influenced by the weakening yen and persistent high inflation.
  • The Bank of Japan's decision to stick to its loose monetary policy is driven by the yen's depreciation and the continued presence of high inflation.
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