Japan’s monetary base in January rose 13.4 percent from a year earlier to 95.367 trillion yen, up for the 24th straight month, the Bank of Japan said Tuesday.

The monetary base — cash in circulation plus money held by banks in current accounts at the BOJ — rose 19.5 percent in December.

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