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Confidence at big Japanese manufacturers worsened in the three months to March and is seen falling further ahead, a closely watched central bank survey showed on Friday.
The headline index for big manufacturers' sentiment stood at plus 6 in March, down from plus 12 seen three months ago, the Bank of Japan's quarterly "tankan" survey showed.
That compared with the median estimate of plus 8 in a Reuters poll of economists.
Big firms plan to cut capital expenditures by 0.9 percent in the fiscal year that started in April, compared with economists' median estimate of a 0.7 percent decline.
The tankan's sentiment indexes are derived by subtracting the number of respondents who say conditions are poor from those who say they are good. A positive reading means optimists outnumber pessimists.
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