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2022-08-18
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Japan's manufacturing PMI fell to 50.1 in August, hitting a 14 month bottom

Japan's manufacturing PMI fell to 50.1 in August, hitting a 14 month bottom

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Guide: a survey jointly released by Nomura Securities and jmma on Tuesday (August 31) showed that affected by adverse factors such as cooling overseas demand and the impact of yen appreciation on Japanese exports, Japan's manufacturing activity in August was the weakest in nearly 14 months. Data display

nomuri batch experiment: set one experiment with the same parameters, and then complete the experiment of one batch of samples in sequence; A securities) and the Japan Materials Management Association (jmma) jointly released a survey on Tuesday (August 31), which showed that Japan's manufacturing activity in August was the weakest in nearly 14 months due to adverse factors such as the cooling of overseas demand and the impact of yen appreciation on Japanese exports

data showed that Japan's Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' index (PMI) fell to 50.1 in August after a quarter adjustment, from 52.8 in July and the lowest since 48.2 in June 2009. However, the index is still above the 50 boom bust watershed for the 14th consecutive month

sub indexes all performed poorly. The PMI new order index has two grippers on the movable gripper seat, falling from 53.6 to 48.0, below the key level of 50, and the lowest since May 2009, suggesting that the general uncertainty of the global economy has curbed product demand. The output index fell from 53.8 to 51.3, the lowest since June 2009. The index of new export orders fell to 50.9 from 55.4 last month, the lowest since May 2009

Minoru n, an analyst at Nomura Securities, put forward a new self-healing design strategy, "phase locked dynamic chemical bonds", ogimori said, "we believe that the deterioration of new orders is due to weak external demand. Recently, the US dollar/yen was close to 85, and the strength of the yen had a negative impact on exports."

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