[TOKYO] Japan's consumer spending fell in February but at a slower-than-expected pace as households scrambled for protective masks, toilet paper and staple food amid the worsening coronavirus...

[TOKYO] Japanese household spending dropped for the fourth straight month in January, reflecting growing strains in domestic demand even before fully factoring in the coronavirus' economic impact...

JAPANESE household spending fell at a much-faster pace than expected in December 2019, sliding for the third straight month in a sign consumers are having a hard time coping with a sales tax hike...

[TOKYO] Japanese household spending fell at a much faster pace than expected in December, sliding for the third straight month in a sign consumers are having a hard time coping with a sales tax...

[TOKYO] Japanese household spending fell for a second straight month in November, government data showed on Friday, reflecting a pullback in private consumption after the October sales tax hike,...

[TOKYO] Japan's household spending likely fell at a slower annual rate in November as consumers were probably slowly getting over a hike in the sales tax in October, though its effect would still...

[TOKYO] Japan's household spending surged 9.5 per cent year-on-year in September, official data released on Friday showed, as consumers rushed to complete purchases ahead of a sales tax hike in...

[TOKYO] Japan's household spending rose for a ninth straight month in August, data showed on Tuesday, offering some relief for the export-dependent economy as it confronts softer global demand and...

[TOKYO] Japan's household spending rose for an eighth month in July, albeit at a slower-than-expected pace, offering a warning about consumption in an economy already struggling with weak external...

[TOKYO] Household spending in Japan rose at the fastest pace in four years in May, in a sign improving domestic demand will offer some support for an economy facing growing external pressure.