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TAKE A LOOK-Bank of Japan holds policy, offers brighter view on economy
June 3, 2014 / 5:58 AM / in 4 years

TAKE A LOOK-Bank of Japan holds policy, offers brighter view on economy

Australia's central bank kept its cash rate steady for a ninth
straight policy meeting on Tuesday June 3, a day before the
economy's latest report card is expected to show the fastest
pace of growth in almost two years.
    "Looking ahead, continued accommodative monetary policy
should provide support to demand, and help growth to strengthen
over time," RBA Governor Glenn Stevens said in a brief statement
after the bank's June policy meeting.
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 JUNE 2014
> Australia RBA keeps policy rate on hold       
  MAY 2014 
> BOJ dashes near-term easing hopes             
> S.Korea holds rates for 12th month     
> Indonesia slashes GDP outlook, rates on hold  
> Philippines keeps rate steady, raises RRR     
> Malaysia keeps rates steady            
> Australia keeps rates at 2.5 pct pre-budget   
> NZ raises rates, more tightening seen  
> Thai growth may falter, rates on hold 
> APRIL 2014
> S.Korea keeps rates steady for 11th month     
> Singapore holds policy tight, sees GDP rebound 
> Indonesia keeps rates steady as pressures ease 
> BOJ stands pat, keeps upbeat view             
> Australia holds rates, policy accommodative   
> India leaves rates on hold as inflation ebbs  
  MARCH 2014
> Taiwan sees pick-up in economy, rates on hold 
> Philippines holds fire on rates, raises RRR   
> Indonesia holds rate unchanged at 7.50 pct    
> NZ lifts rates,more tightening seen imminent  
> S.Korea holds rates, next chief eyed   
> Thai cbank cuts rate, says tension hurting    
> BOJ keeps stimulus steady, cuts export view   
> Australia cbank plots steady rate course      
> Malaysia holds rates steady, as expected      
  FEBRUARY 2014  
> BOJ holds fire, expands loans                
  JANUARY 2014
> Philippines holds rates, warns of pressures   
> Australia shuts door on rate cuts             
> NZ holds fire, signals imminent hike 
> Malaysia holds rates, signals optimism      
> India raises rates to dampen inflation      
> Thai cbank holds rate in close vote         
> BOJ stands pat, sticks to inflation f'casts   
> Indonesia holds rates, stays vigilant       
> S.Korea holds rates; Fed, yen in focus      
> Taiwan keeps rates on hold for 10th quarter  
> India surprises by keeping rates on hold    
> Philippines keeps key rate steady           
> Indonesia holds, may move when U.S. tapers  
> S. Korea holds rates steady for 7th month   
> New Zealand holds, signals 2014 tightening  
> Australia rates on hold, outlook brightens    
> Thailand surprises with a 25 bps rate cut   
> BOJ maintains huge stimulus, rosy outlook   
> Indonesia makes a surprise rate hike        
> Malaysia holds rates, sees price pick-up    
> Australia holds rates, warns on A$ strength 
> BOJ sees rift on inflation, policy steady     
> New Zealand aims to tighten in 2014         
> India raises rates again, warns on inflation 
> Philippine keeps rates steady        
> Thai holds rates, trims GDP forecast 
> S. Korea holds rates, eyes U.S. impasse     
> Indonesia holds rates as inflation eases    
> BOJ stands pat on policy, raises capex view 
> Taiwan leaves rates steady for 9th quarter  
> RBI rate hike surprises, eyes inflation       
> Indonesia surprisingly raises policy rate   
> Philippines central bank holds rates        
> S.Korea holds rates, Fed awaited     
> NZ cenbank sees rates steady this year      
> Malaysia hold policy rates, cites risks       
> BOJ: Will act if tax hike threatens goal      
> Indonesia hikes rates to defend currency    
> Thailand keeps rate, sees gradual recovery  
> Indonesia holds rate, targets loan growth   
> BOJ maintains stimulus, keeps economic view 
> S.Korea cbank keeps rates unchanged         
> Australia cbank cuts rates to record low    
> India holds rates steady, dovish tone       
> Philippines keeps rate steady        
> Malaysia keeps rates steady at 3.0 percent  
> Indonesia hikes benchmark rate 50 bps       
> South Korea keeps rates steady       
> Thailand holds rates, says policy suitable  
> Australia keeps easing bias, talks down A$    
> Taiwan keeps interest rate at 1.875 pct     
> India cbank holds rates, eyes FX, inflation 
> Philippine keeps key rates steady    
> Indonesia surprisingly hikes rate 25 bps    
> South Korea holds rate, as expected    
> Australia RBA holds rates at 2.75 pct       
> Thai cuts rate 25 bps to aid growth   
> BOJ holds steady despite bond market turmoil 
> Indonesia cbank holds rate,trims Q2 GDP fcast 
> Sri Lanka unexpectedly cuts rates            
> S.Korea rate cut surprises, economy sputters 
> Australia cbank cuts rates to record low     
> India cuts rates, says little room for more  
> Manila cbank cuts SDA 50 bps as expected     
> Singapore central bank holds policy tight    
> Bank of Korea resists calls to cut rates     
> Indonesia holds policy rate           
> BOJ to target base money,boost asset buying  
> Thai holds rates, eyes credit growth  
> Taiwan keeps rate steady, says recovery mild 
> Malaysia sees steady growth, lingering risks 
> India lowers rates to revive flagging growth 
> Philippine keeps key rate on hold      
> S.Korea holds rates, bonds edge lower 
> NZ central bank holds rates for 2013         
> BOJ holds fire as Shirakawa era ends         
> Indonesia holds rate,says inflation in check 
> Malaysia holds rates,sees mild price pressure  
> Sri Lanka holds rates, sees inflation easing 
> Thai, resisting pressure, holds rate  
> BOJ stands pat, offers rosier view on economy 
> Bank of Korea holds rates, says Japan a risk 
> Indonesia holds rate at record low 5.75 pct  
    JANUARY 2013
> Malaysia holds rates,says inflation contained 
> India RBI cuts rates after 9 months, cautious 
> Philippine cbank holds rates, eyes inflows    
> BOJ doubles inflation target, extends buying 
> S.Korea cbank holds rates, cut seen coming   
> Indonesia cbank holds rate, inflation mild   
> Thailand holds rates, more optimistic on GDP 
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