Japan’s Inflation Edges Higher But Remains Far From Target

Japanese inflation sped up in October but price rises are still less than half the central bank’s target, despite the tightest labor market in decades. Highlights of the Data Core consumer prices, which exclude fresh food, increased 0.8 percent in …
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