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dollar fell to a one-month low below 98 yen at one point Friday in New York on speculation the Federal Reserve will keep its quantitative monetary easing longer than expected.
The Arab states, particularly in the oil-rich GCC region, stand to benefit from the Federal Reserve's quantitative monetary easing.
A Finance Ministry advisory panel opposes an early end to the Bank of Japan's so-called quantitative monetary easing policy to ensure Japan moves out of deflation, panel sources said Sunday.
In March, the BOJ adopted a policy of quantitative monetary easing targeting the cash balances held by financial institutions at the central bank rather than key short-term interest rates.
Former Bank of Japan Governor Masaru Hayami, who instated unprecedented zero-interest-rate and quantitative monetary easing policies to fight Japan's financial crisis, died Saturday, his family said Sunday.
Meanwhile, he said the central bank is taking an appropriate monetary policy with its quantitative monetary easing strategy.
210 percent -- the lowest closing and intraday levels for the bellwether yield since July 2005, when the BOJ was maintaining its quantitative monetary easing policy.
The policy-making panel of the central bank voted unanimously June 15 to maintain its strategy of quantitative monetary easing, defying intense political pressure to further relax its already ultra-easy credit grip.