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BOJ will ease more only upon extreme market turbulence -board member Adachi

12/01/2021 | 12:51am EST

TOKYO, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Bank of Japan board member Seiji Adachi said on Wednesday the central bank would consider easing monetary policy further only in extreme cases where a renewed spike in COVID-19 infections triggered market turbulence.

"The BOJ must consider taking additional easing steps only if developments surrounding the pandemic lead to a yen spike and stock price fall, and when such market conditions persist," Adachi said in a news conference. (Reporting by Leika Kihara Editing by Chang-Ran Kim)


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