Bank of Japan seen cutting price forecasts as inflation expectations stall

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan is likely to cut its price growth forecasts at a policy meeting later this month as long-term inflation expectations stall, sources said, highlighting the bank’s difficulty in hitting its elusive price target.
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