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How global rate cut push is supporting credit in Nigeria
Central banks in advanced and developing countries are adopting expansionary monetary policy stance in order to stimulate economic growth. The move, which now tends towards a global unanimity, is, however, creating initial benefits for Nigeria, even as it remains cautious in joining fully the monetary policy bandwagon.
Bank of Japan keeps monetary easing as Fed hikes rates
Japan's central bank Thursday maintained its ultra-loose monetary easing policy and said it was not looking for an exit strategy, even as the US central bank hikes interest rates.
Bank of Japan holds rates as inflation remains low
The Bank of Japan kept its ultra-loose monetary policy in place Thursday as inflation remains stubbornly low in the world's third-biggest economy, bucking a trend of gradually tighter policy in major economies.