Bank of Japan to cut inflation forecast as optimism fades

TOKYO — The Bank of Japan looks to lower its price growth forecast for fiscal 2019 to the neighborhood of 1.5% in late July, with weak inflation in recent months undercutting the central bank’s contention that its 2% target is drawing closer. The BOJ in …
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