"“Whether the BOJ takes additional easing measures at its policy meeting is becoming an increasingly close call. We believe it is quite likely to do so at either the upcoming meeting or one of its two meetings in October, but it is difficult to tell when (at which of these three meetings) it will decide to do so,” Masayuki Kichikawa, Chief Japan Economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a note.
“Pressure on the BoJ to ease further is rising given: (1) the slowing pace of the economic recovery, (2) the possibility of yen appreciation, and (3) potential political pressure,” he said."
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