BANK OF JAPAN : Japanese Prices Continue to Fall

TOKYO-Japanese consumer prices fell again in October, but deflationary pressure showed some signs of softening-a positive development for beleaguered central bankers. The core consumer price index slipped 0.4% from a year earlier in October, adjusted for …
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