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Japan September services PMI demonstrates the slowest surge for 11 months
In September, Japan's services sector expanded at the slowest rate for 11 months because the tempo of new orders relieved, although a raft of other data states that the Japanese economic revival remains intact even as momentum might have ebbed moderately in the third quarter.
Released on Wednesday, the Markit/Nikkei survey disclosed that its Japan Services Purchasing Managers Index inched down to a seasonally adjusted 51.0 versus August’s reading of 51.6.
In one upbeat sign, the index for business sentiment tacked on to 53.3 versus 52.4 in the previous month, hinting that companies are assured that the lull in activity happens to be temporary.
Softer surge in new work contracted activity to its slowest growth rate for almost a year. Meanwhile, job creating was still moderate.
The composite PMI, including both services and manufacturing, dived to 51.7 in September versus August’s outcome of 51.9.
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