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Keep it vague

31 July 2018 By Pete Sweeney

Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has pledged to keep rates very low for an extended period to calm investors’ concern that monetary policy may become less loose. The no-cost tactic to keep bond yields in check is born of necessity given how many assets the central bank is already buying.

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