Japan core machinery orders fall in March, capex recovery seen intact

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s core machinery orders fell in March for the first time in three months, but manufacturers forecast a rise for April-June, suggesting capital expenditure could hold up despite news that the economy contracted in the first quarter.
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