Japan’s weak household spending, services activity, hint at recession

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s household spending unexpectedly contracted in April and services sector activity slowed in May, figures out on Tuesday showed, raising the possibility of the economy falling into recession this quarter. Economists say it is too …
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