Japan’s household spending jumps but BOJ seen keeping stimulus

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s households spent more than expected in November while consumer inflation ticked up and the jobless rate hit a fresh 24-year low, offering the central bank some hope an economic recovery will drive up inflation to its 2 percent target.
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