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BOJ releases Japanese monetary base every month, which is the sum of currencies supplied by BOJ in circulation and the balance in current accounts deposited at BOJ.
After Abe took office, BOJ practiced qualitative and quantitative easing (QQE) in April 2013. The QQE program shifted the operation target from uncollateralized overnight call rate to monetary base. By purchasing a great amount of Japanese government bonds, ETFs, and J-REITs, BOJ increased currency supply and devalued Yen to stimulate economic growth.
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