Japan’s monetary base expanded 1.4 percent in January from a year earlier for the 60th straight monthly rise, the Bank of Japan said Thursday.

The average daily balance of the monetary base — cash in circulation plus current-account deposits held at the central bank by financial institutions and Japan Post — rose to 114.132 trillion yen in January, the BOJ said.

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