Japan’s growth streak ends as consumer appetite cools

TOKYO — Japan’s economy contracted by an annualized rate of 0.6% in the January-March quarter, marking an end to the longest streak of growth since the late 1980s, as consumer spending and capital expenditure slowed. While most economists expect to see a …
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