Japan January Coincident Indicator Index Falls by Most Since 2011 Earthquake

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s index of coincident economic indicators fell in January by the most since the devastating earthquake and nuclear disaster in March 2011 due to weak shipments of cars and smart phone parts. The coincident index, which includes …
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