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Manufacturing activity across Japan posted the weakest increase seen since five months during July as the nation faces severe challenges Full Article

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One has to wonder if the losses sustained by the 2021 Tokyo Olympics will leave a long-term mark on the Japanese economy. Full Article

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In what could lend a much-needed boost to the ailing economy, Japan saw a sharp rise in exports during the month of June, on the back of Full Article

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The effect of inflationary pressures has driven core consumer prices across Japan to the highest levels seen in 15 months during June. Core Full Article

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Japanese manufacturers turned more confident about their business outlook in July, turning especially upbeat about an improvement in demand Full Article

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The sharp surge in import costs continued to weigh on corporate profits, sending wholesale prices across Japan higher into the month of June Full Article

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Domestic consumption across the world's third largest economy seems to be improving, with household spending by Japanese consumers posting Full Article

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The services sector in Japan continued its contraction for the 17th consecutive month during June, amid the outbreak of the fresh wave of Full Article

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There appears to be no stopping the US dollar's bull run as it climbs to multi-month highs against safe haven Japanese yen as well as other Full Article

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Japan's manufacturing sector posted the slowest rate of growth seen since four months during June, being affected especially hard due to the Full Article

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Japan's industrial output contracted by 5.9% MoM in May on the back of a severe reduction in manufacturing of cars and production machinery. Full Article

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Retail sales across Japan posted a positive surprise, climbing higher for the third consecutive month during May; however, even as consumers Full Article

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Corporate services prices across Japan posted their fastest increase seen since September 2020 during May, lending some hope to investors Full Article

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