Japan’s Inflation Creeps Up Again, Fueled by Energy Prices

(Bloomberg) — Japan’s key inflation gauge edged up in September, bringing the Bank of Japan back to the halfway point toward its price target, though gains are still largely limited to energy. Key Ta…
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