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A recent report on Reuters indicates that the Bank of Japan is likely to revise its economic and price forecasts for the current fiscal year Full Article

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BOJ's Kuroda was speaking earlier, on more easing if its necessary Full Article

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Wholesale prices in Japan fell for the seventh consecutive month during September, raising fears of a risk of deflation in the country. Full Article

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According to the BOJ's Tankan survey, the business sentiment among big manufacturers rose to -27 in Q3 from -34 in the previous quarter.  Full Article

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In the BOJ's rate review meeting held in July, some board members cautioned that a resurgence in coronavirus infections could cause the Full Article

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At its latest meeting earlier today, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) chose to keep its monetary policy unchanged amid hopes for improvement in Full Article

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Gold prices are trading bearish on Thursday, sliding lower from two-week highs after the Fed sounded more optimistic about the economic Full Article

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The Swiss GDP contracted by a massive 8.2%, while the BOJ is promising more stimulus if needed Full Article

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Core consumer prices across Japan held steady through July, denting expectations that the country was on its way towards economic recovery Full Article

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Wholesale prices in Japan contracted at a slower pace during July than in June, even as demand - both domestic as well as external Full Article

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BOJ Kuroda is feeling better now about the economy, but not overly optimistic Full Article

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Asian markets have opened the session in the green today, following on from the Wall Street lead overnight. Full Article

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At its latest rate review, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) has opted to pause its monetary easing measures for now and has announced that it will Full Article

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The risks of Japan slipping into deflation continue to increase with core consumer prices weakening for the second consecutive month Full Article

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In its latest meeting, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) has decided to hold its monetary policy unchanged in the hopes of gradual economic recovery Full Article

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