The Bank of Japan is watching the effect of higher commodities prices on global inflation and growth in the domestic economy, meeting minutes show.
Japan faces “considerable downside risks, including uncertainty regarding future developments in overseas economies and global financial markets,” Policy Board members agreed at their May 19-20 meeting, according to the minutes released Wednesday. “Inflation risks had been heightening worldwide, given the high international commodity prices.”
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