Bank of Japan

  1. the central bank of Japan
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How To Use Bank of Japan In A Sentence

  • The Tokyo market was slightly lower, weighed by the Bank of Japan's tankan survey for December, which showed that sentiment among big manufact urers deteriorated for the first time in seven quarters, although the outcome was slightly better than economists' expectations. Asia Mostly Down; Tankan Hurts Japan
  • With the government's finances stretched, though, much of the burden of reviving the economy has fallen to the Bank of Japan, which, in theory, has limitless resources to print money.
  • Bank of Japan pays attention to economy recession risk, consumer inflation expectation and inflation risk simultaneously.
  • Of course, the other significant aspect of the Bank of Japan's volte-face on equity purchases is that it reflects yet another step in the transformation of central bankers from macro policy makers to asset managers.
  • Also, the return to a zero interest rate policy by the Bank of Japan signals its intent to reflate the economy.
  • You've no doubt heard rumors of a reprise of 1998, when market panic sunk Long Term Credit Bank of Japan and Nippon Credit Bank.
  • Bernanke himself actually accused the Bank of Japan at that time of a "self-induced paralysis" in not providing more stimulus to their sputtering economy, according to Krugman. Harlan Green: The Fed's Paralysis -- Who Will Do the Right Thing?
  • That means that if the Bank of Japan keeps on selling yen on the Ministry of Finance's behalf, U.S. officials and others may start issuing carefully worded criticisms on the Japanese move, making tense international relations on the currency markets even frostier. Japan's Yen Move Bucks Global Trend
  • -- Loans held by the country's four main categories of banks, including 'shinkin' or credit unions, stood at 465.032 trillion yen ($5.2 trillion), data from the Bank of Japan showed .. Aktuelle Nachrichten
  • The move to inject liquidity started in Asia as the Bank of Japan reacted early to head off fears of a global gridlock.
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