Despite the headwind from the third virus wave, the Bank of Japan revised up its growth forecasts for the next couple of fiscal years. And while Governor Kuroda didn’t provide much insight into what to expect from the upcoming review due in March, we expect the Bank to keep policy settings broadly unchanged.
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