The Bank of Japan has announced the main opinions of the monetary policy meeting, which was held for two days until January 21st.

Regarding the "inspection" of monetary easing measures, which is the focus, it was found that there was an opinion that "more flexible and sharp management is important for manipulating long-term interest rates and purchasing ETFs = exchange-traded funds." I did.

At the monetary policy-making meeting held for two days until January 21, the Bank of Japan will provide ample funds so that long-term interest rates will remain at around 0%, and will create an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) that collectively creates multiple stocks. We have decided to maintain the current large-scale monetary easing measures, such as buying.

The Bank of Japan announced its main opinions at the meeting on the 29th, and manipulated long-term interest rates while maintaining the policy framework aimed at raising prices by 2% over the "inspection" of monetary easing measures, which is the focus. It turned out that there were opinions calling for the purchase of ETFs and ETFs to be more flexible and sharp.

In addition, it is necessary to consider whether more effective management can be achieved in terms of the balance between the effects of monetary easing and side effects, such as "fluctuations of long-term interest rates up and down within a certain range contribute to the stability of the financial system." There was also an opinion such as.

In addition, there was an opinion that "it is important to support corporate behavior for future growth such as efforts for digitization and decarbonization", and the Bank of Japan further advanced the discussion of "inspection", and this time 3 we decided to publish the results to the prospect of the meeting of the month.