The leading index indicator for Japan which measures the future outlook for economic activity was revised higher for June. Official data from Japan's cabinet office showed that the index rose to 99.2 in June compared to 98.4 as previously reported. June's level of the indicator was the highest since November last year when it peaked at 100.3. The co-incident index which reflects the current economy’s activity increased a few points to 111.1 in June compared to 109.2 in the prior month.
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Daily Analysis - 25/08/2016