Investors want to see the forecasts for the current fiscal year. They want to see what kind of earnings growth companies are expecting.
The market looks strong today. Individual investors seem to be doing a lot of trading during their holidays.
If it decides to scrap the policy, I think investors will see that as a signal to buy stocks. But if the BOJ decides to postpone ending the policy until its next meeting in April ... there will be disappointment.
Markets across Asia appear to be watching what will happen with the Bank of Japan.
Investors are going to start paying close attention again to makers of electronics components and related firms.