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JPY: Inflation dips into negative territory, first time since Apr 2013 - TDS

FXStreet (Delhi) – Prashant Newnaha, Rates Strategist at TD Securities, notes that the BoJ’s preferred inflation measure, which excludes fresh food, dripped from 0.0%/yr in July to –0.1%/yr in August, the first negative reading since April 2013.

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“The drop was mostly driven by falling gasoline prices. Today’s release keeps hopes alive that the BoJ could ease policy further by year end, but a meeting between BoJ’s Kuroda and PM Abe today suggests a chance of easing at October is low.”

“Kuroda said that Japan’s inflation trend is solid (if you exclude food and energy, CPI rose 1.1% in Aug), that there were no detailed talks on CPI with Abe and no further requests from the PM.”

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