The BOJ board members agreed to stimulus expansion and considered it appropriate to buy JGBs under current market conditions, according to minutes of Feb.

As, in 13-14's February meeting minutes that released in Tokyo today, showed that one board member suggested long-term inflation goal of 2% to avoid one-sided movements in the yen.

Also, the minutes showed that the BOJ board members agreed to protect Japan economy from impact of European crisis, as the BOJ unexpectedly expanded asset-buying program by 10t yen and set inflation goal of 1% in February.

Directly after the release of the BoJ meeting minutes, the Japanese Yen gained 0.1% at 109.21 per euro and also gained 0.1% at 83.52 per the U.S. dollar.