JN Daily | Jobless Rate Moves Higher, CPI drops, HHold Spending Misses Expectations


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Looks like China is starting to stabilize Japan, which means it is probably helping the eurozone some as well.

  • Shipments Up Across Industries In June As Production Recovers
  • Cost Cuts Help Electronics Firms Reduce Losses In April-June
  • Jobless Rate Hits 6-Year High Of 5.4% In June
  • Household Spending Rises 0.2% In June
  • June CPI Falls At Record Pace
  • Housing Starts Fall 32.4% In June
  • June Const Orders Fall 8th Straight Month
  • LDP Aims For Steady Growth, Hints At Sales Tax Hike In Platform
  • Forex: Dollar Trades In Y95 Range Ahead Of U.S. GDP Data
  • Stocks: End Up, Set New ’09 High As Earnings Shine
  • Bonds: End Lower On Nikkei Rise, Pre-Tender Hedge


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