Bank of Japan’s 45th Opinion Survey


Evidence from the Bank of Japan's 45th Opinion Survey on the General Public's Views and Behaviour, published on Wednesday, shows confidence in the Japanese economy increased marginally in February, although the public remained pessimistic about economic conditions.

The survey, which is based on a sample of 4,000 people from February 9 to March 7, shows the proportion of respondents who said economic conditions in Japan "have improved" compared with a year ago, increased. Meanwhile, the

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