Japan’s ‘tankan’ economic survey shows decline in sentiment

TOKYO — A key quarterly economic survey by the Bank of Japan shows sentiment among large manufacturers dipped two points to 19, as worries grow about global trade tensions. The “tankan” survey, releas…
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