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The economic calendar will be offering traders a couple of high impact economic events, with U.K. retail sales and Philly Fed... Full Article

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Japan's GDP in Q4 2020 is expected to have weakened since the previous quarter as a result of the sales tax hike which was implemented in Full Article

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The U.S. dollar surged to a four-month high against a basket of major currencies on Friday, supported by a robust U.S. nonfarm payrolls... Full Article

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USD/JPY was consolidating in the last few sessions, but it resumed the downtrend once the 50 SMA caught up on H1 chart Full Article

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Core consumer prices climbed higher in Japan during December, but inflation continued to remain well under the BOJ's target of 2%. Full Article

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Leading central banks around the world, including the BOE, ECB, BOC, SNB, BOJ, and more, are considering cooperating with each other to Full Article

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As was widely expected, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) held its monetary policy steady in its latest meeting earlier today, and sounded more upbeat Full Article

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As markets had a slow start to the week, much of the focus in Asia is on what the central banks will do when they next meet. Full Article

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The Bank of Japan has held interest rates in the negative territory and its monetary policy ultra-loose for several years in a bid to tackle Full Article

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The Bank of Japan (BOJ) is expected to maintain its monetary policy unchanged at the upcoming meeting next week and is likely to sound more Full Article

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Minutes of BOJ's monetary policy meeting held in October reveal that policymakers raised concerns about the prolonged easing and the impact Full Article

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The Bank of Japan (BOJ) held its monetary policy steady at its latest meeting earlier today, and even expressed optimism about the state of Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll estimates that the BOJ is likely to go easy and dial down its stimulus efforts, instead of turning more dovish and Full Article

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The BOJ is widely expected to hold its monetary policy unchanged at its upcoming meeting next week amid fading concerns about external risks Full Article

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BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has confirmed his support for the Japanese government's plans to unveil a fiscal spending package towards Full Article

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