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By Hiroyuki Kachi The yen strengthened against its rival currencies in Asia trade Tuesday, as slumping Asian stocks and weak China trade data prompted investors to buy the safety of the Japanese currency. Around 0450 GMT, the greenback was at ...
By Chao Deng Most Asian markets fell after Chinese trade data signaled weakening global and domestic demand, the latest evidence that the world's No. 2 economy is stalling. The Shanghai Composite Index was flat while the Hang Seng Index fell ...
By Jenny W. Hsu Crude-oil prices gained slightly in Asia trade Tuesday, mainly driven by bargain-hunting as analysts say the tepid rise in China's crude-oil imports last month was uninspiring. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, sweet crude futures ...