The Bank of Japan was surprisingly muted in comments during the recent yen gains, says Clive McDonnell of Standard Chartered Private Bank.
The selection of the new BOJ leadership comes at a crucial time for Japanese and global markets.
Dollar weakness will persist, but the Japanese yen will drift lower against the greenback later this year, says Kirk West of Principal Global Investors.
Companies in Japan face government pressure to raise wages, but are holding off from a target of 3 percent says Scott Sato of Pasona.
Izumi Devalier of Bank of America Merrill Lynch says continued growth in Japan is a positive, but questions swirl around monetary policy.
The Japanese yen rose to a five-month high on Tuesday on the back of broad-based selling of the dollar.
While investors may be concerned about higher inflation, Yale University fellow Stephen Roach says inflation will remain below target.
"Synchronized global growth" is a story that still rings true despite a worldwide sell-off in stocks, analysts and investors said.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said Tuesday that global economic recovery is broadening across sectors.
The dollar rose against a basket of currencies on Monday as U.S. bond yields rallied on safe-haven demand stemming from a dramatic selloff.
The dollar should be heading higher going by the fundamentals, says Michael Every of Rabobank.
The dollar index slid to a one-week low on news the Federal Reserve would leave interest rates untouched, before recovering slightly.
The dollar consolidated losses against a basket of currencies on Monday as U.S. bond yields rose.
The dollar remained weak, bruised by comments by senior U.S. officials this week.
The euro surged to a three-year high after ECB President Mario Draghi said economic data pointed to "solid and broad" growth.
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners says for the Bank of Japan to hit the 2% inflation target, easier policy may be needed.
Takuji Okubo of Japan Macro Advisors says BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is bullish on the Japanese economy, but not yet ready to end easy policy.
The dollar slipped to a fresh three-year low after data showed euro zone consumer confidence jumped much more than expected.
UBS Chairman Axel Weber speaks about sentiment in markets and monetary policy from major central banks.
Jesper Koll of WisdomTree says that Japan's central bank wants to be a bastion of stability on monetary policy.