Japanese consumer prices fall again in March, marking the fifth straight month of declines. The...
Japanese consumer prices fall again in March, marking the fifth straight month of declines. The core consumer price index was 0.5% lower than for March of last year with the result coming in slightly worse than the 0.4% decline expected in separate surveys of economists. On a national level, March prices for furniture, culture and recreation, and food showed the largest drops. The yen rose slightly following the data, with the dollar slipping from ¥99.38 ahead of the numbers to ¥99.33.
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