September machinery orders fell more than economists expected, a sign companies may pare spending in the coming months as demand wanes.
Orders declined a seasonally adjusted 7.6 percent to ¥958.7 billion from August, the lowest since May 2005, the Cabinet Office said Thursday. The median estimate of 41 economists was for a 1.5 percent drop.
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