TOKYO (Reuters) – Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on Friday stressed that financial markets will likely stabilize over time, reflecting improvements in Japan's economy. But Kuroda warned that uncertainty surrounding the world's third-largest economy remains high, and that the central bank will carefully watch market developments. "Japan's economy is likely to resume a moderate recovery as overseas growth picks up moderately and domestic demand remains resilient due to the effect of monetary easing and various stimulus measures," Kuroda said at a conference in Tokyo. …
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