Japan’s wholesale prices rise at fastest in nine years, bank lending up

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese wholesale prices rose in September at the fastest annual pace in almost nine years due to rising prices for gasoline, metals, and agricultural products, but the gains won’t necessarily boost the country’s notoriously weak …
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