Tuesday, September 1, 2015   

Nikkei retreats by break
(01-23 11:10)

Tokyo stocks fell 0.77 percent as disappointed investors reacted to the Bank of Japan's latest policy measures, including open-ended easing and a revised inflation target. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index shed 82.47 points to 10,627.46 by the break, while the broader Topix index of all first-section shares was down 0.67 percent, or 6.06 points, at 895.09, AFP reports.
   
Other Business breaking news:
Australia leaves rates unchanged (41 mins ago)
China, HK stocks drop at break (1 hr 47 mins ago)
Tokyo sell-off continues (1 hr 56 mins ago)
China stocks fall, regional markets extend losses (2 hrs 23 mins ago)
China factory activity weakens further (2 hrs 29 mins ago)
India reports 7pc first quarter growth (08-31 20:29)
Lower energy prices keep eurozone inflation low (08-31 18:21)
HK’s yuan deposits inch up to 994.1b in July (08-31 17:44)
European stocks drop (08-31 17:18)
China stocks fall at close (08-31 17:04)

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