Hope For Abe’s ‘virtuous Cycle’ As Japan Inc Spends On Technology – Yahoo News

Hope for Abe’s ‘virtuous cycle’ as Japan spends on technology

Machinery orders data, a volatile leading indicator for capital spending six to nine months ahead, is expected to have risen modestly in May data due for release on Thursday after sliding in April. Part of that rebound can be explained by years of restraint that left Japanese manufacturers with ageing facilities. But the economic recovery is also finally taking up much of the slack left in the wake of the global financial crisis. Government estimates now indicate that the output gap, which measures spare capacity in the economy, shrank in the first quarter to its narrowest since 2008. “The narrowing output gap could mean that companies need to either refurbish production facilities or make fresh investments, which is supportive of capital spending,” Saito said.
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If we are dropped off at the wrong spot, well do Y. If we are outnumbered, well do Z. (For more on how premortems can make sure youre prepared for anything, go here .) So the premortem can get you ready. But what makes sure we actually knuckle down and get the work done?
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Zoning change approved for supportive living facility near 48th – Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

Gary J. Wiltermood III, 23, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree… COLUMBIA, Mo.
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Old School: 7 Ideas From Ancient Thinkers to Improve Your Modern Life – TIME

Part of that rebound can be explained by years of restraint that left Japanese manufacturers with ageing facilities. But the economic recovery is also finally taking up much of the slack left in the wake of the global financial crisis. Read More Japan business sentiment takes a hit, rebound seen Government estimates now indicate that the output gap, which measures spare capacity in the economy, shrank in the first quarter to its narrowest since 2008. “The narrowing output gap could mean that companies need to either refurbish production facilities or make fresh investments, which is supportive of capital spending,” Saito said.
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Judge to decide if woman accused of Hollis home invasion is competent to stand trial – NashuaTelegraph.com

COTE Staff Writer NASHUA The states chief forensic examiner said a woman facing attempted murder charges following a May 2013 home invasion in Hollis is competent to stand trial. Whether or not a judge agrees remains to be seen. Dr. Daniel Comiskey said he suspects that Cynthia Nagele, 58, of Lowell, Mass., was having more struggles with depression and anxiety when her lawyers filed a motion in April stating their concerns about her ability to understand and retain vital information about her case. … Subscribe or log in to read more Please sign up for as low as 36 cents per day to continue viewing our website.
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