Japan Stocks Fall First Time in Seven Days as China DisappointsBy and
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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