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The Bank of Japan on Thursday refrained from boosting monetary stimulus even after inflation came to a halt, with Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda betting it will re-emerge as the impact from cheaper oil fades.

The central bank stuck to its plan to expand the monetary base at an annual pace of ¥80 trillion, as forecast by 32 of 34 economists in a Bloomberg News survey.

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