(Updates market reaction, adds comments) By Ritsuko Ando TOKYO, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Japanese industrial output was flat in July compared with June, adding to evidence that the economic recovery was slowing and pushing down Tokyo share prices. Tuesday's official data, which fell short of a median forecast of a 1.0 percent rise and followed a 1.3 percent drop in June, also triggered a fall in government bond yields as analysts said exports no longer seemed to be bolstering economic ...
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