A stronger yen is bad news for Japan’s inflation target: Credit Suisse

Japan’s central bank wants the country’s inflation rate to hit 2 percent by fiscal year 2019, but it is less likely to happen if the yen continues to strengthen, said Credit Suisse’s chief economist for Japan. Hiro Shirakawa, speaking to CNBC at the bank’s …
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