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  • Nikkei Falls Over 1% As Stronger Yen Hits Exporters

    Nikkei Falls Over 1% As Stronger Yen Hits Exporters

    Japanese bonds have suffered their worst sell-off in more than three years as investors feared the BoJ was out of easing ammunition and might leave it to fiscal policy to stimulate the economy.

  • Nikkei Falls After Bank Of Japan Underwhelms

    Nikkei Falls After Bank Of Japan Underwhelms

    The BoJ deflated investor spirits after it held off from expanding a massive bond-buying programme -- a cornerstone of its years-long battle against deflation.

  • Bank Of Japan Eases Policy With Modest Increase In ETF Buying

    Bank Of Japan  Eases Policy With Modest Increase In ETF Buying

    The Bank of Japan expanded monetary stimulus on Friday through a modest increase in purchases of exchange-traded funds (ETF), yielding to pressure from the government and financial markets for bolder action to spur growth and accelerate inflation towards its 2 per cent target.

  • Asia Shares Slip, Nikkei Recovers, Yen Rises As BoJ Disappoints

    Asia Shares Slip, Nikkei Recovers, Yen Rises As BoJ Disappoints

    Asian shares slipped after touching a near one-year peak on Friday and the yen strengthened as the Bank of Japan's fresh stimulus measures disappointed markets, although Japanese stocks recovered on higher purchases of exchange-traded funds.

  • Shinzo Abe Says Japan To Compile $265 Billion Stimulus To Support Economy

    Shinzo Abe Says Japan To Compile $265 Billion Stimulus To Support Economy

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday his government would compile a stimulus package of more than $265 billion to reflate the flagging economy, media reported, though it is unclear how much will be spent to directly boost growth.

  • Tracing The Global Market Thread That Could Be Unraveled By Brexit

    Tracing The Global Market Thread That Could Be Unraveled By Brexit

    If Britons vote to take their country out of the European Union on June 23, no corner of the global financial market complex will emerge unscathed.

  • Yen Holds Firm After Post-BOJ Surge, Sterling Rebounds

    Yen Holds Firm After Post-BOJ Surge, Sterling Rebounds

    The yen was among the strongest performers as the BOJ held its nerves despite market fears of a fresh global turmoil if Britain votes to exit the European Union at the June 23 referendum.

  • Asia Stocks Down, Yen Surges After BOJ Holds Rate Steady

    Asia Stocks Down, Yen Surges After BOJ Holds Rate Steady

    Asian stocks turned lower on Thursday and the yen surged after the Bank of Japan refrained from taking further stimulus steps, hours after the Federal Reserve's own review had struck a cautious note on its policy outlook.

  • Yen Soars To 21-Month Dollar High As Bank Of Japan Holds Fire On Stimulus

    Yen Soars To 21-Month Dollar High As Bank Of Japan Holds Fire On Stimulus

    The yen on Thursday powered to a 21-month high against the dollar after the Bank of Japan held fire on fresh stimulus, as fears over Britain's future in the EU pummel financial markets

  • Gold Hits 4-Week High As Central Banks Meet, Brexit Vote Shake Stocks

    Gold Hits 4-Week High As Central Banks Meet, Brexit Vote Shake Stocks

    Gold hit a near four week high early Monday, supported by weaker Asian stocks as investors turned towards safe haven-assets ahead of this week's central bank meetings and Britain's June 23 referendum on its European Union membership.

  • Caution Pervades At Four Of World's Top Central Banks

    Caution Pervades At Four Of World's Top Central Banks

    It is a sign of the caution that permeates the global economic outlook when four of the world's top central banks, all due to meet within days of each other, are almost unanimously expected to make no change to their extraordinary stimulus programs.

  • Yen Eyes 2016 Highs After BOJ's Inaction, Stocks Soured By Apple

    Yen Eyes 2016 Highs After BOJ's Inaction, Stocks Soured By Apple

    Against a basket of currencies, the greenback was down at 93.718, while the euro edged up to $1.1357 having amassed a 1 percent gain for the week so far.

  • Sensex Falls Ahead Of Derivatives Expiry; BOJ Disappoints

    Sensex Falls Ahead Of Derivatives Expiry; BOJ Disappoints

    Shares of HCL Technologies Ltd lost 3 percent after the company reported March quarter earnings that were below analysts' estimates.

  • Gold Erases Early Losses After Dollar Slides On BOJ

    Gold Erases Early Losses After Dollar Slides On BOJ

    Gold erased early losses to trade flat on Thursday, as the U.S. dollar slumped 2 percent against the yen after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by keeping monetary policy steady.

  • Bank Of Japan Holds Monetary Policy Steady

    Bank Of Japan Holds Monetary Policy Steady

    The Bank of Japan held off on expanding monetary stimulus on Thursday, even as global headwinds, a strong yen and soft consumption threatened to derail a fragile economic recovery.

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