And yes, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has again the right to an article on Croblanc today, and at the same time it is quite logical considering the passion that our community puts every time a new video is available on the internet. Sometimes we hesitate to write an article because we don't know if you will like it, but today we know that this video will interest you.
Indeed, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has decided today to post a new video which is called "BOJ Keeps Ultra-Low Rates". Of course, you can now find it in full playback on our site for your greatest pleasure!
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video BOJ Keeps Ultra-Low Rates published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
The Bank of Japan stood by its ultra-low interest rates, pushing back against lingering market speculation it will adjust policy as it continues to predict inflation will cool below 2% next year. Kathleen Hays reports on Bloomberg Television.
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