Friday, October 31, 2014   

Tokyo dives 2.5pc
(01-14 09:20)

Stocks in Tokyo tumbled more than 2 percent in opening trade on post-holiday Tuesday after the yen soared against the dollar on weaker-than-expected US jobs data. The Nikkei 225 index was down 2.50 percent, or 398.15 points, to 15,513.91 in the first 10 minutes of trading.—AFP
Other Business breaking news:
German retail sales post biggest drop for 7 years (2 hrs 4 mins ago)
Hang Seng finishes higher (2 hrs 41 mins ago)
IAG airlines group logs improving Q3 profits (2 hrs 42 mins ago)
European stocks rally at open (10-31 16:47)
Panasonic says half-year profit dives (10-31 15:53)
Nikkei soars to seven-year high (10-31 15:44)
Japan Airlines H1 net profit slips (10-31 15:43)
Sony says half-year loss balloons six-fold (10-31 15:42)
RBS sets aside 400m pounds for forex probes (10-31 15:41)
BoJ chief says at 'critical moment' for exiting deflation (10-31 15:40)

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