Fireside Chats - Japan: Will the BOJ Give Up on Yield Curve Control?

Our Japan economist and Global Macro strategist share their thoughts on how recent market conditions impact Japan and the BOJ's policy around yield curve control

  • Amidst Global recession risks and sky-high energy prices – what does this mean for Japan
  • What are the arguments in favour of abandoning the BOJ’s yield curve control
  • And why for now the BOJ is likely to stick with it

In this episode of our Fireside Chats series we’ll be talking with Takashi Miwa the Chief Economist for Japan and Naka Matsuzawa from the Global Macro strategy team. We'll discuss how Global recession risks and sky-high energy prices impact Japan, the arguments in favour of abandoning the BOJ’s yield curve control and why for now the BOJ is likely to stick with it.

Contributor

    Takashi Miwa

    Takashi Miwa

    Chief Japan Economist

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