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No need for new stimulus - Japan’s Amari

FXStreet (Mumbai) - Japan’s economy minister Amari is the latest one to join the ‘no need for stimulus’ bandwagon as he said it is too soon to be speaking about new stimulus.

BOJ's Kuroda also echoed similar comments last week. There has been increasing speculation that BOE may ease at its October meeting. Earlier today, the nation lowered its economic forecast for the first time since 2014.

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No decision now on any need for economic stimulus

Government should not look only at July-Sept GDP data when making decision on stimulus spending

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