Japan’s steady May inflation shows BOJ stimulus not moving price dial

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s core consumer inflation held steady in May from the previous month, yet again highlighting the challenge facing the central bank as over five years of massive stimulus has failed to push prices close to its 2 percent goal.
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