Japan's retail trade seasonally adjusted rebounded to 2.9% in June, from a previous 2.4% during the month of May, while the actual reading came better than the analysts' expectations that referred to 1.5%.

On the other side, annualized Japan's retail trade released with an actual 1.1% in June, whereas the actual reading came better than both the previous reading -1.3% and the anticipations -0.5%.

Japanese large retailers' sales witnessed some inclines in June, which reached to -0.5% from -2.4%, and the market's expectations estimated of -0.4%.