Yen Could Fall as BOJ Policy Persists

The Bank of Japan decided at its September policy meeting to continue its massive monetary easing program to help steer the economy through the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike the BOJ, the US Federal Reserve appears nearly ready to tighten the supply of easy money. NHK World's Yanaka Marie asked Economist Fujita Shumpei at Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting what diverging monetary policies could mean.