BOJ purchases ETFs for the first time this month amid market rout

Author: Justin Low | Category: Central Banks

The BOJ last bought ETFs on 28 January and held off buying more until today

The Japanese central bank bought ¥5 million worth of ETFs today amid the 4% drop in the Nikkei, showing some signs that they may be more flexible with ETF purchases.

That said, they still hold a commitment to buy roughly ¥6 trillion worth of ETFs at an annual average pace so that is something to consider unless communicated otherwise. I mean, what better timing to buy more when the market is down. *wink* *wink*

But as of late, they are reportedly considering tweaking that ahead of the March review.
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