Tokyo inflation fell to 3.2% in May largely due to a sharp fall in energy inflation, but inflation excluding fresh food and energy ticked up due to faster gains in “core” goods prices. We still expect a stronger yen and further feed through of lower commodity prices to bring inflation down below 3.0% by year-end.
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