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BOJ raises inflation expectations, maintains ultralow interest rates

The Bank of Japan on Friday raised its inflation forecast by 0.6 percentage point amid increases in energy prices and a weak yen, but it left its ultralow interest rates unchanged and said it expects inflation to fall below its 2% target next fiscal year.
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