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BOJ policymakers cautioned not to exit soon
    2018-05-08  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SOME Bank of Japan policymakers warned against premature debate over an exit from ultra-loose policies even as they worry about the rising cost of prolonged easing, minutes of the BOJ’s March meeting showed, reinforcing yet again the challenge of hitting an elusive inflation target with a diminishing tool-kit.

The nine-member board took time debating how to best communicate their policy intentions at the March meeting. Some board members said growing market interest on when the BOJ could whittle down its massive stimulus program was partly behind the recent market volatility, the minutes showed.

“While normalization, or a gradual reduction in the degree of monetary accommodation, could become a topic for consideration in the future, the BOJ needs to explain to markets that normalization ... would be different from monetary tightening,” one of them was quoted as saying.

The BOJ has a communication challenge as it seeks to play down expectations of an early exit from easy policy,while warning of the growing cost of prolonged ultra-low rates.(SD-Agencies)

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