Japanese banks are searching for yield abroad as they embark on acquisitions in markets like the U.S., says Naomi Fink of Europacifica Consulting.
Japan needs continued stimulus util households and corporates can maintain the spending themselves, notes Citi's Willem Buiter.
It remains to be seen if the government's program can match the market's sky-high expectations, warned Chris Konstantinos of RiverFront Investment Group.
The dollar recovered after its poorest weekly performance in three months, while the yen weakened after surging more than 3 percent.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com plays the Japanese yen ETF, FXY.
Marcel Thieliant, Japan economist at Capital Economics, talks about the recent policy decisions by the Bank of Japan.
Saxo Bank Group CEO, Adam Reynolds, says he will sell USD/JPY around 103 as the BOJ running up against limits of what it can do.
The Motley Fool's Singapore CEO, David Kuo, gives his take on what more central banks can do to boost economic growth.
QE policies have diminishing returns, explains John Gorman of Nomura Securities.
The BOJ buying more ETFS does little for the stock market, according to Richard Martin of IMA Asia.
Beijing's official PMI gauge for July will likely steady around last month's current levels, notes Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank.
The yen soared against the dollar after a round of modest monetary policy easing from the Bank of Japan disappointed investors.
Gold hit a near three-week high on Friday after much slower-than-expected U.S. economic growth weighed on the dollar.
The central bank pledges to increase its purchases of ETFs, while holding key rates steady.
Derek Halpenny, Bank of Tokyo-MUFJ, shares his thoughts on the Bank of Japan's decision to provide smaller-than-expected monetary easing.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, we looked at what happened to markets and stocks one month after Bank of Japan stimulus announcements.
BOJ needs to manage not just expectations but its ability to impact the market, says Capital Link International CEO, Brett McGonegal.
Market expectations before the latest BOJ meeting decision were 'through the roof' and the BOJ did not meet all of them, says Natixis economist, Kohei Iwahara.
The Bank of Japan pledged to increase purchases of exchange-traded funds but kept interest rates steady on Friday.
The market had its hopes up that the BOJ would expand JGB buying but that did not happen, explains WisdomTree Japan KK's CEO, Jesper Koll.