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    The yen rose from near its weakest level against the dollar since June 2010 after the Bank of Japan (8301) said it will conduct open-ended asset purchases from 2014, disappointing investors who expected bolder action now.

    Japan’s currency advanced at least 0.2 percent against all of its 16 major counterparts after the BOJ said it will buy about 13 trillion yen ($146.6 billion) in assets per month from January 2014 and as it set a 2 percent inflation target. The euro rose for the first time in three days versus the dollar after German investor confidence in January increased to the highest in 2 1/2 years, adding to signs that Europe’s largest economy is gathering momentum.

    source_http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-01-21/yen-snaps-rally-from-2-1-2-year-low-before-boj-policy-decision.html

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    European stocks fell and U.S. equity futures pointed to a weaker open as investors digested warnings from the world’s financial leaders about the impact of protectionism on growth. The yen rose and Japanese government bonds slid on speculation about the Bank of Japan’s stimulus.

    Travel companies were among the biggest losers in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index after Ryanair posted a 20 percent decline in first-quarter profit, while Fiat fell helped foster a retreat in carmakers with a new CEO named on Saturday. Futures on the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq were in the red as the finance chiefs from the Group of 20 nations on Sunday warned trade tensions threaten expansion as leading economies fall out of sync. Treasuries were steady with the dollar, which held its decline from Friday.

    Japanese 10-year government bonds plunged, sending the yield up the most in almost two years, while the yen rose on reports of possible changes to the nation’s ultra-loose monetary policy, which spurred the central bank to offer to buy an unlimited amount of securities in a fixed-rate operation. European bonds were mixed.

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    Asian stock markets were mixed on Friday, though the regional share gauge still headed to cap the strongest week since early June, following a series of steps by China shifting to stimulus mode.


    Japanese equities climbed for a fourth day, shrugging off a decline in Nomura Holdings Inc. following a profit slide. Intensifying speculation about tweaks to the Bank of Japan’s stimulus program saw 10-year yields briefly trading above 0.1 percent -- against the BOJ target of about zero -- before slipping as the central bank said it offered to buy bonds. Stock indexes in China and Hong Kong ticked lower, with the offshore yuan bouncing off its weakest level in more than a year. The dollar held its advance and Treasury yields remained below 3 percent.

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    Asian stocks traded mixed and U.S. futures pared losses as traders digested the news of President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer pleading guilty to federal charges. The dollar slipped and Treasuries were little changed.


    Michael D. Cohen’s plea deal had sparked mild demand for haven assets and sent U.S. equity futures lower, though there was little sign of a pronounced impact in markets. Japanese shares traded higher, while Hong Kong stocks pared gains, and they underperformed in China and Australia. Cohen pleaded guilty to illegal campaign finance charges, all but naming Trump as having ordered him to do it. Trump’s former campaign chairman was earlier found guilty of tax fraud, among other charges. Earlier, the S&P 500 Index touched an intraday record high.

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    European stocks fell with those in Asia, where a regional benchmark headed for the lowest close in a almost a year, as investors contemplate the risk of weaker growth thanks to woes in emerging markets. The dollar and yen climbed.

    Miners were among the biggest losers in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index, which fell for a third day. Futures on U.S. equities also pointed to a weaker open and the MSCI Asia Pacific Index was down for a sixth straight day, with Japan’s equities underperforming in the wake of a powerful earthquake. A gauge of emerging market shares extended a one-year low with a measure of their currencies also weaker as the South African rand and Turkish lira fell. Ten-year Treasury yields held steady and European bonds were mixed.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-05/asia-stocks-face-losses-as-em-pressure-lingers-markets-wrap?srnd=markets-vp

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