BOJ lowers economic judgments in all regions 14:12 on April 9, the first time in 11 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers
The Bank of Japan released a "Regional Economic Report" on the 9th, summarizing the current state of the economy in nine regions, and reduced economic judgments in all regions. It is the first time in 11 years that the economy has been reduced in all regions since January 2009, shortly after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. In all regions, we have reduced the judgments such as "slowly expanding" and "recovering" to "weak movements", "weak movements" and "strong down pressure". . The spread of the new coronavirus has caused a rapid decline in corporate production and personal consumption in each region, highlighting the widespread impact nationwide.