URGENT: BOJ head stresses need for monetary easing to attain stable inflation

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Bank of Japan Governor Kazuo Ueda on Friday underscored the need to persist with monetary easing as its 2 percent inflation target is still not in sight. Speaking at a press conference, Ueda said uncertainty over the economic outlook is extremely high, meaning it cannot foresee when a policy change may come.

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