Japan Machinery Orders Hit by Worst-Ever Slump in September, Raise Capex Doubts

TOKYO — Japan’s core machinery orders tumbled by the most on record in September, the Cabinet office said on Thursday, after a severe earthquake and typhoons disrupted business activity. The 18.3 perc…
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