Wednesday, September 3, 2014   

Stronger yen weighs on Nikkei
(07-10 14:14)

Tokyo stocks lost 0.56 percent Thursday as weak data and a stronger yen weighed on the Japanese market, after the US Federal Reserve signaled its intention to end its long-running stimulus later this year.
The Nikkei 225 index ended down 86.18 points to 15,216.47 while the Topix index of all first-section issues was down 0.91 percent, or 11.57 points, to finish at 1,259.25.   
Other Business breaking news:
Hang Seng soars by break (13 mins ago)
China's non-manufacturing PMI rebounds in August (57 mins ago)
Australian growth dragged slower by decline in exports (1 hr 3 mins ago)
BOE set to hold rates (1 hr 12 mins ago)
Nikkei up by break (1 hr 26 mins ago)
China fines insurance firms for fee fixing (09-02 19:02)
German new car sales stable in August: data (09-02 18:39)
Hang Seng ends flat, Shanghai soars (09-02 17:54)
Hang Seng dips at midday (09-02 12:11)
Nikkei soars by break (09-02 11:07)

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