The Japanese yen is at its lowest in 24 years.  Here's what to expect at the next BOJ meeting

The Japanese yen is at its lowest in 24 years. Here’s what to expect at the next BOJ meeting

The Japanese yen is near its weakest levels since 1998, and authorities have hinted that they will take steps to stem the currency’s decline. Ahead of the Bank of Japan’s rate decision later this week, CNBC examines whether Japan’s central bank could abandon its ultra-loose monetary policy, as the Federal Reserve maintains its hawkish stance, …

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