Wednesday, November 25, 2015   

Tokyo lower at break
(11-05 10:49)

Stocks in Tokyo fell 0.16 percent, hit by a stronger yen and a plunge in Nissan after it slashed its full-year earnings forecast. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index slipped 22.31 points to 14,179.26 by the break, while the Topix index of all first-section shares dipped 0.34 percent, or 4.08 points, to 1,178.95.—AFP
Other Business breaking news:
US stocks rebound (59 mins ago)
HK stocks lower, CKI and Power Assets shares dip (1 hr 3 mins ago)
German execs upbeat over business (11-24 17:41)
Allianz trims coal portfolio (11-24 17:39)
Multi-billion-dollar deals break all-time records (11-24 17:13)
Hang Seng closes lower (11-24 16:46)
Emails between Coke and Global Energy Balance Network (11-24 16:39)
Global Energy Balance Network accommodated Coke’s input (11-24 16:36)
Emails reveal Coke’s hidden hand in shaping anti-obesity group’s public message (11-24 16:15)
Sa Sa earnings dive by 55pc, profit margin shrinks (11-24 16:09)

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