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Analysts expect Bank of Japan to act this week to shore up sentiment

Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - 05:50

A graph showing recent movements of the Nikkei share average outside a Tokyo brokerage on Monday, when another strong rebound in Chinese shares soothed investor sentiment.


TOKYO financial markets continued to stabilise on Monday in the wake of last week's "China shock", with some analysts suggesting that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) could use the opportunity of its Policy Board meeting this week to hint at further monetary easing as a backstop against

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