Bank of Japan Sticks to View on 2% Inflation

TOKYO—The Bank of Japan stuck to its view that inflation will likely reach 2% in two years and left policy unchanged Tuesday, but offered no new clues on whether it will join other global banks this year in dialing back its support for the economy.
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