Monday, November 30, 2015   

Positive start for Nikkei
(05-23 08:57)

Stocks in Tokyo opened 0.72 percent higher after the yen fell against the US dollar on signals that the US Federal Reserve could soon scale back its aggressive stimulus measures. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index, which closed at its best level in more than five years yesterday, added 112.72 points to 15,739.98 at the start.--AFP

Other Business breaking news:
Yuan weakens (7 mins ago)
China proposes electricity futures and derivatives market (11 mins ago)
China public floats resume (14 mins ago)
China, HK stock sell-off continues (1 hr 17 mins ago)
Uptick in Japanese factory output (1 hr 43 mins ago)
Greek pensioners vow to defy proposed cuts (11-27 16:52)
Skin care drug prices rocketed by 401pc since 2009, US study finds (11-27 16:48)
High flying Brazil banker held in Petrobras graft scandal (11-27 16:38)
Hang Seng tumbles at close (11-27 16:33)
Nikkei closes lower (11-27 16:31)

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