Japan’s factories, retailers rev up, central bankers flag stimulus reduction

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s factories and retailers posted better-than-expected growth in activity in November, while minutes from the central bank’s last policy meeting showed board members raising the prospect of reducing stimulus. The firm data and …
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