Bank of Japan Policy Tweak Could Be First Step Towards Exit: Prof. Ito

Bank of japan policy tweak could be first step towards exit: prof. Ito

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Bank of Japan Policy Tweak Could Be First Step Towards Exit: Prof. Ito” – below is their description.

Takatoshi Ito, professor of the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University Business School and a former senior official at the Japanese finance ministry, discusses Bank of Japan’s policy. The central bank on Tuesday shocked markets by unexpectedly revising its yield-curve-control policy. Ito, a contender to replace Governor Haruhiko Kuroda in April, speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts, Shery Ahn and Kathleen Hays on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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