Wednesday, October 7, 2015   

Tokyo closes higher
(03-04 14:24)

Stocks in Tokyo ended 0.47 percent higher as a weaker yen boosted exporter shares, despite jitters over the crisis in Ukraine.
The benchmark Nikkei-225 index, which lost 1.27 percent on Monday, added 69.25 points to 14,721.48, while the Topix index of all first-section shares was up 0.61 percent, or 7.35 points, at 1,204.11.—AFP
Other Business breaking news:
Eurozone growth cut to 1.6pc (2 hrs 5 mins ago)
IMF trims global growth projection (2 hrs 6 mins ago)
Modest pickup forecast for US (2 hrs 8 mins ago)
US blue chips climb at open (2 hrs 36 mins ago)
US August trade deficit with China leaps to US$35b (10-06 20:59)
Facing mega financial hits, Volkswagen tightens spending (10-06 20:40)
Europe to share info on tax avoidance deals of global corporations (10-06 19:57)
(Books) Bernanke worried about ‘grand-daddy of all financial panics’ (10-06 19:39)
Volkswagen admits 8m dirty diesels sold in Europe (10-06 19:01)
Greenback still mighty, but yuan gains ground in trade finance (10-06 18:15)

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