Japanese inflation ticks up as oil rises but BOJ target remains elusive

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s annual core consumer inflation ticked up in September but remained at half the pace of the central bank’s elusive 2 percent target, underscoring the challenge of meeting the …
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