Japan machinery orders rise 4.1% in October

TOKYO (Dow Jones) — Japanese core machinery orders rose for the first time … The result compares with a rise of 1.1% expected by economists surveyed by the Nikkei. On a year-on-year basis, however, core orders fell 5.6%. The encouraging month-on-month …
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