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MNI BRIEF: Japan May Sentiment and Outlook Indexes Rise

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The Japanese sentiment index posted a third straight rise in May while the outlook index posted a fourth increase as the government raised its assessments from the previous month, according to the Economy Watchers data released by the Cabinet Office on Wednesday.

The Economy Watchers sentiment index for the current economic climate rose a seasonally adjusted 3.6 points to 54.0 in May from 50.4 in April.

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The Japanese sentiment index posted a third straight rise in May while the outlook index posted a fourth increase as the government raised its assessments from the previous month, according to the Economy Watchers data released by the Cabinet Office on Wednesday.

The Economy Watchers sentiment index for the current economic climate rose a seasonally adjusted 3.6 points to 54.0 in May from 50.4 in April.

Keep reading...Show less