BoJ survey shows households expect tough times to continue


The Japanese public continues to view the economic outlook as bleak, but expects prices to go up in the coming years, according to a quarterly survey of household economic sentiment conducted by the Bank of Japan (BoJ).

Published today, the Opinion Survey on the General Public's Views and Behavior asked 4,000 Japanese people to give their perspectives on the current economic climate and how this is likely to change.

Just 1.6% of people thought the economy had improved since the September survey

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