Japan's Factory Output Unchanged in September

Oct. 31 — Japan’s industrial production remains unchanged in September, falling short of expectations and is the latest snapshot of Japan’s economy as central bankers gather to discuss monetary policy. Bloomberg’s Brian Fowler reports on “Bloomberg Markets.”
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