Tuesday, December 1, 2015   

Nikkei bounces to a new high
(01-25 14:23)

Tokyo's Nikkei 225 surged 2.88 percent today as a weak yen and high hopes for US and Japanese corporate earnings helped push the benchmark index to its best close since April 2010.
The Nikkei finished 305.78 points higher at 10,926.65, while the broader Topix index of all first-section shares ended up 2.17 percent, or 19.47 points, at 917.09, AFP reports.
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Australia keeps rates at 2pc (12-01 14:07)
Samsung shoves aside mobile unit boss Shin Jong Kyun (12-01 14:04)
China factory output hits new low, services improve (12-01 14:00)
India keeps rates unchanged (12-01 13:56)
Macau November gambling revenue shrinks to HK$15.9b (12-01 13:52)
American Airlines cabin crew charged with on board assaults (12-01 13:46)
EU stands firm on Israeli occupied West Bank products labeling (12-01 13:40)
Athens urges quick start to debt relief talks (12-01 13:39)

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