Consumer prices fell for the seventh consecutive month in Japan-marie digby

Japan’s consumer prices fell for seventh consecutive months of household spending to reduce U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants stocks news Beijing time 28 days Bloomberg said, Japan’s September consumer prices fell for seventh consecutive months, household spending decreased, which highlights the prime minister Abe Shinzo and Japan’s central bank governor Kuroda Higashihiko to boost the world’s third largest economy inflation challenge. Another data show that the unemployment rate is at its lowest level since 1995. Focus on the main focus of the Bank of Japan’s inflation targets – excluding fresh food consumer prices fell 0.5% in September, in line with the forecast. Household spending fell 2.1% year on year, is expected to decline by 2.7%. The unemployment rate fell to 3%, down from an estimated $3.1%. Economic panorama of the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy committee meeting on October 31st -11 1 may be revised its inflation expectations, as well as the expected time frame to achieve the inflation target of 2%. In order to achieve this goal, the Bank of Japan in the past three years launched an extraordinary monetary easing. The Bank of Japan is currently expected in 2018 will be the end of the fiscal year ended in March to achieve inflation targets, almost all economists believe that this unrealistic expectations. This year, the yen strengthened the pressure on imports, while weak wage growth dragged down household spending. However, among the economists surveyed by Bloomberg news, the vast majority of the Bank of Japan is expected to maintain the existing easing next week. The bank in September to focus on the policy framework from the expansion of the monetary base adjusted to control interest rates. Data details overall consumer prices fell 0.5%, consistent with the forecast. Excluding food and energy consumption prices flat, weaker than the 0.1% increase in estimates. The Bank of Japan will be released later on Friday and another price index excluding fresh food and energy, estimated to rise by 0.3%. The number of jobs and the number of applicants rose to 1.38, in line with the forecast. Editor: Wang Yongsheng SF153相关的主题文章:

Separator image .