Japan October consumer prices continue slide, yen falls may help BOJ

TOKYO Japan’s core consumer prices marked their eighth straight month of annual declines in October, illustrating the sheer scale of the central bank’s struggle to beat deflation and stagnant growth with diminishing policy options. The data will keep …
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