Japan Gets Reprieve as Drop in Oil Eases Trade ImpactAndy Sharp
Japan posted a bigger-than-estimated current-account surplus in June as oil prices fell to a low for the year, easing concern that the nation is at immediate risk of needing overseas funding to service its debt burden.
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