Japan core machinery orders rebound, signal capex recovery intact

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s core machinery orders in April jumped the most since the start of 2016, reversing the prior month’s decline and raising some hopes for durable growth in capital expenditure seen as crucial for a recovery in the economy after a …
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