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MNI BRIEF: BOJ Sep Tankan Sees Sentiment Drop, Solid Capex

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Japanese headline business sentiment fell from three months ago, reporting the first drop in three quarters, hit by higher costs caused by rising commodity prices and a falling yen, the Bank of Japan's September Tankan business sentiment survey published Monday showed.

But business sentiment among major non-manufacturers, mainly the face-to-face services, improved for the second straight quarterly rise as economic activity resumed after the government lifted the state of emergency.

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Japanese headline business sentiment fell from three months ago, reporting the first drop in three quarters, hit by higher costs caused by rising commodity prices and a falling yen, the Bank of Japan's September Tankan business sentiment survey published Monday showed.

But business sentiment among major non-manufacturers, mainly the face-to-face services, improved for the second straight quarterly rise as economic activity resumed after the government lifted the state of emergency.

Keep reading...Show less