Tuesday, December 1, 2015   

BoJ cuts fiscal year economy growth forecast
(04-30 15:40)

Bank of Japan policymakers on Wednesday lowered their expectations for the economy with fiscal year growth slated to come in at 1.1 percent, down from an earlier 1.4 percent forecast.
The bank's semi-annual report, which gauges the median of BoJ members' views, also expected core inflation for the year to March to be 1.3 percent, matching an earlier forecast. --AFP
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