Japan's leading index indicator fell in July after posting a modest recovery in June, results from the survey released by Japan's cabinet ministry showed on Wednesday. The leading index indicator is used to measure future economic activity. According to official data, the indicator fell to 100.0 in July, following a revised 100.7 in June and was considered better than the forecasts.
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