Japan’s factories, retailers rev up as some central bankers call for debate on rates

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s best run of growth in a decade looks set to stretch into 2018, with data on Thursday showing most factories and consumers stepping up a gear, giving policymakers more reasons to discuss an end to crisis-era stimulus. Industrial …
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