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The Bank of Japan cuts its growth outlook for FY 2012 to +2% from an October estimate of +2.2%,...

The Bank of Japan cuts its growth outlook for FY 2012 to +2% from an October estimate of +2.2%, reflecting heightened concern about the impact of the eurozone crisis and a strong yen. No change to the bank's interest rate policy. Consumer prices still expected to rise 0.1%.
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    i guess they don't want to mention accelerating mortality and morbidity and related costs due to the fukushima events.

     

    how much of the great russian die-off is chernobyl related? we will never know. but i suspect the germans shutting down their nukes had as much to do with that demographic as with the horror of japan.
    24 Jan 2012, 07:39 AM Reply Like
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