Bank of Japan economic survey finds slight reduction in pessimism


The Bank of Japan today (August 3) published the English translation of its quarterly survey on public opinions of economic conditions, which found a reduction in the number of people expecting the situation to worsen, but still few people anticipating an improvement.

The survey received 2,281 responses to questions on the predicted outlook for the overall economy and conditions for individual households. Since the previous survey in March, the results showed an increase of 16.1 percentage

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