Sunday, November 23, 2014   

Nikkei advances 3pc at break
(06-10 10:46)

Stocks in Tokyo bounced 3.01 percent on the back of a weaker yen and better-than-expected US jobs data which boosted hopes the Federal Reserve will hold off cutting back on stimulus.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 index, which lost 6.51 percent last week, was up 3.01 percent, or 387.69 points, to 13,265.22 by the break, while the Topix index of all first-section shares jumped 3.78 percent, or 39.91 points, to 1,096.86.--AFP
   
Other Business breaking news:
PBOC to inject liquidity if necessary (11-21 19:03)
China cuts interest rates (11-21 18:41)
Indexes track Connect (11-21 17:35)
ECB chief says will ramp up asset purchases 'without delay' (11-21 17:09)
European stocks rise at open (11-21 16:23)
Hang Seng ends higher (11-21 16:22)
Nikkei closes higher (11-21 15:03)
Nikkei down by break (11-21 11:03)
Taiwan export orders hit record high on iPhone 6 demand (11-20 19:08)
Japan exports up 9.6 percent in October (11-20 18:41)

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