Japan's leading index declines to 98.4 in March
Japan's Cabinet Office released its preliminary leading index data on Wednesday. The leading index decreased to 98.4 in March from 98.9 in February, beating expectations for a decline to 96.4. It was the lowest level since November 2012.
February's figure was revised up from 96.8.
Japan's coincident index climbed to 111.2 in March from 110.7 in February.
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