Registered: May 2007
11-02-11 10:01 AM
TOKYO (MNI) Japans gross domestic product in July-September is
expected to have posted the first rise in four quarters, up a real 1.5%
q/q, or an annualized 5.8%, thanks to improvement in net exports and
personal consumption, according to the median forecast of economists
surveyed by Market News International.
The Q3 annualized growth is expected to have hit the highest since
+9.3% marked in Q1 of 2010.
The Cabinet Office will release the Q3 GDP data at 0850 JST on
Monday, Nov. 14 (2350 GMT Sunday).