Wednesday, December 2, 2015   

Negative close in Tokyo
(11-07 14:41)

Stocks in Tokyo ended 0.76 percent lower as the Japanese earnings season winds down with profits largely buoyed by a slide in the yen. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index slipped 108.87 points to 14,228.44, while the Topix index of all first-section shares fell 0.62 percent, or 7.43 points, to 1,184.73.—AFP
Other Business breaking news:
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan welcome baby and celebrate with a lifetime US$45b giveaway (12 mins ago)
Eurozone jobless ranks shrink to new low (12-01 19:16)
Bailout fund plugs 2.7b euro shortfall at Greek bank (12-01 18:37)
Chinese consortium plows US$400m into Man City (12-01 18:32)
Hang Seng, Shanghai stocks close higher (12-01 17:23)
Financial markets await Draghi’s holiday season surprise (12-01 17:19)
Coca-Cola funded controversial anti-obesity group winds up (12-01 14:14)
Amazon says drones will deliver 5 pound packages (12-01 14:10)
Australia keeps rates at 2pc (12-01 14:07)
Samsung shoves aside mobile unit boss Shin Jong Kyun (12-01 14:04)

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