BoJ survey shows little change in public mood

A Bank of Japan poll found most consumers remain pessimistic about the country's economy.

Almost half (45.1%) of those surveyed in June said economic conditions are unfavourable or somewhat unfavourable, which was exactly the same as the December 2006 result.

Slightly less believe conditions are favourable or somewhat favourable: 15% said this was the case in December, but by June only 13.8% agreed.

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