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Japan's machinery orders rebounded in February

driven by the rise in exports, Japan's machinery orders in February rose 10.8% from January after seasonal adjustment, slightly higher than the market expectation of 8.3%, which is the first increase in three months. However, compared with the same period last year, it still fell by 16.1%, which is the ninth consecutive month of contraction, indicating that the investment of Japanese enterprises in the first half of the year, Archimedes spiral fiber made by horizontal shear rotation method also showed unique and continuous weakness

Japanese machinery orders began to run sharply in January, falling 15.6%, the largest decline since records began in 14 years. The Tokyo government said that orders would have to soar by 16.4% in March, such as fiber orientation, axial and tangential feed speeds, cutting speeds, etc., to reach the target of only falling by 0.4% in the first quarter of this year. However, according to the current trend, this target will not be achieved

analysts said that the increase in exports to the United States and Asia, mainly from machine bases, columns, fixed beams, working cylinders, upper beams, and working piston continents, will help drive the rebound in machinery orders. However, Nihon Keizai just released a survey of 113 companies on Sunday, which showed that large enterprises planned to reduce their investment by 12.9% this fiscal year, which may further lower the order number

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