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MNI BRIEF: Japan Sep Consumer Confidence Drops

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Japan's consumer confidence index fell in September as all components deteriorated from the previous month but the Cabinet Office left its economic assessment unchanged, data released by the Cabinet Office on Friday showed

The consumer confidence index fell to 30.8 in September from 32.5 in August, the latest Consumer Confidence Survey data showed. The index dropped after two months of gains. The latest survey was conducted from September 6 to September 20.

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Japan's consumer confidence index fell in September as all components deteriorated from the previous month but the Cabinet Office left its economic assessment unchanged, data released by the Cabinet Office on Friday showed

The consumer confidence index fell to 30.8 in September from 32.5 in August, the latest Consumer Confidence Survey data showed. The index dropped after two months of gains. The latest survey was conducted from September 6 to September 20.

Keep reading...Show less