Negative rates don't necessarily prevent us from guiding policy flexibly.
Will continue to examine COVID-19 impact on financial system.
Economists' consensus is that coronavirus will not accelerate inflation.
Uncertainty high but don't see chance of big resurgence in coronavirus cases.
Fully possible to expand BOJ’s coronavirus responses if necessary.
Won't comment on US presidential elections and its impact on markets.
Currency markets have been relatively stable compared with stocks.
Don't see need to review bond buying including super-long bonds.
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