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With global forces slowing growth while increasing inflation, policymakers are struggling to find a path forward
The country’s central bank has a few more innovations for others to consider
It’s quiet but perhaps not too quiet.
Lenders can reduce amount of deposits with central bank that are subject to negative interest rate
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Is a huge rally coming?
Rising price growth looms for first time in decades but policymakers pursue differing strategies
Tankan index for big manufacturers beats expectations, offering hope of economic uptick
Move raises questions about the future direction of Japan’s exchange traded fund market
Central bank opts for discretionary policy and scraps target for equity purchases
Policy review may pave the way for greater variability in bond and equity purchases
Masayoshi Amamiya’s comments suggest financial centre’s hopes will be dashed
Central bank’s stock, which is highly illiquid and offers no dividend, is up 90% this month
Japan’s central bank extends pandemic loan schemes by 6 months to September 2021
Central bank to make first-ever outright purchase of US dollars from forex reserves
Policymakers experiment to refresh parts of economy quantitative easing cannot reach
New scheme marks rare use of interest rate policy to reshape financial sector
Japanese central bank warns economic outlook ‘remains highly uncertain’
Government grants and loans have kept ailing businesses afloat to minimise financial risks
Recovery in business confidence is slower than expected, according to Tankan survey
The reform-minded enforcer of the ruling party is seen by some as only keeping the seat warm for the next prime minister
Use of swap lines declines as financial system recovers from coronavirus panic
Central bank warns the country’s economy has been in an ‘extremely severe situation’