According to Japan's Abe Adviser, BOJ may call an emergency meeting on further easing, the WSJ reports. WSJ notes: "A close adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Friday that the Bank of Japan may call an emergency meeting to undertake additional monetary easing if financial markets remain turbulent." WSJ adds: "Etsuro Honda, a former finance ministry bureaucrat, said the government needs to delay a sales-tax increase scheduled for next year and should consider an additional fiscal stimulus package." Mr. Honda’s commets were made during an interview with The Wall Street Journal. For more information, read our latest forex news.