Recently, at the Davos forum, BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said that Japan's economic rebound was close to the 2% inflation target set by the central bank.
The outside understands that once Japan's inflation exceeds 2%, it means that Japan will largely withdraw from the QE program.
Kuroda was optimistic about the performance of Japan's economy. He said that Japan is now in the second great post-World War II boom with an unemployment rate of just 2.7%.
Recent Bank of Japan data show that they have been reduced table, and in December, the Bank of Japan's balance sheet, declined by $ 3.9 billion, and the national debt assets declined the most, to reach $ 25 billion, but is increasing the equity asset class.——Yeslinkele.com