Japan Stocks Fall First Time in Seven Days as China Disappoints

  • Fast Retailing drags down Nikkei 225 ahead of earnings report
  • Japanese machine orders unexpectedly decline in August

Japanese stocks fell for the first time in seven days as an unexpected drop in machine orders and smaller-than-expected gains in Chinese equities after a week-long holiday weighed on sentiment.

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