Asian stocks extend gains amid relief over lack of trade escalation, tracking US rally
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Published By: CNBC - ASIA - Thursday, 12 July, 2018
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- Vote! Japan and South Korea trade higher as other Asian markets remain closed for Good Friday CNBC - ASIA (Yesterday) - The Nikkei 225 in Japan gained 0.57% in early trade as tech stocks rose. South Korea's Kospi was up 0.36%....
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- Vote! Stocks in Asia edge up; BOJ chief flags trade protectionism risks CNBC - ASIA (4 days ago) - Stocks in Asia gained on Tuesday morning following comments from the Bank of Japan chief on the risks of increasing trade protectionism for the global economic growth outlook....
- Vote! Stocks in Asia set to slip; BOJ chief flags trade risks CNBC - ASIA (4 days ago) - Stocks in Asia were set to see opening declines following comments from the Bank of Japan chief on the risks of increasing trade protectionism for the global economic growth outlook....
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