Japan: GDP growth moderating - BBH

Japan's first estimate of Q3 GDP was slightly slower than expected as the 0.3% quarter-over-quarter growth was half the pace of Q2, notes the analysis team at BBH.  

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“Still, it is the seventh consecutive quarterly expansion, which is Japan's longest growth streak since 2001.  Growth was driven primarily by net exports and capex.  Private consumption was a drag, falling 0.5% after Q2 consumption was revised to 0.7% from 0.8%.  Japan's initial estimate for quarterly GDP, like the US estimate, is often subject to statistically significant revisions.  The first revision is due on December 8.”  

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