Bank of Japan to consider cutting inflation forecasts

TOKYO — The Bank of Japan will look into why inflation remains weak at its policy-setting meetings in June and July, and could downgrade its price forecasts for fiscal 2018 and later. At a two-day meeting starting June 14, the central bank is expected to …
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