Tuesday, May 5, 2015   

Nikkei dips at mid-day
(06-24 11:21)

Tokyo stocks fell 0.36 percent Tuesday morning, hit by profit-taking after the recent round of advances to five-month highs.
The Nikkei 225 index gave up 56.07 points to 15,313.21 by the break, while the Topix index of all first-section issues was off 0.35 percent, or 4.38 points, to 1,263.10. --AFP   
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Indonesia growth slows to crawl (2 hrs 27 mins ago)
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Eurozone raises growth outlook for 2015 to 1.5pc (05-05 17:10)
Singapore-Malaysia high-speed rail project delayed (05-05 17:01)
Jet Blue stake sale props up Lufthansa earnings (05-05 16:59)
Shanghai Composite plunges amid warnings (05-05 16:31)
European equities steady (05-05 16:22)
UBS profit nearly doubles on wealth business (05-05 16:20)
Tycoon Serge Pun brings KFC to Myanmar (05-05 16:16)

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