Beitrag Di 20. Jul 2021, 07:58

Japan's June inflation rises 0.2%, but still far from


The Japanese government said today that The core consumer price index (CPI), สล็อต ฝาก-ถอน true wallet which excludes volatile raw food prices, rose 0.2% in June from a year ago. This was supported by rising energy prices. This could offset the impact of lower mobile phone fees.
Japan's June core CPI rose for the second month in a row after rising 0.1% in May.

The core CPI, however, is still far from the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) 2% inflation target, but the inflation figure is still slightly higher. It helps BOJ directors alleviate their concerns to a certain extent.

Energy prices rose the most. The price of kerosene jumped 21.4 percent and gasoline rose 17.9 percent, while overall petroleum product prices rose 14.8 percent.

The inflation situation in Japan is a stark contrast to the US and some European countries. These countries have increased inflationary pressures in line with the reopening of the economy. After having vaccinated against COVID-19

For the current fiscal year ending in March next year, the BOJ expects its core CPI to rise 0.6% year-on-year.[/code]