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    Asian markets were trading higher.
    China-s Shanghai Composite was up 0.33% or 7.41 points at 2,280.81.
    Hong Kong-s Hang Seng rose 0.44% or 98.16 points at 22,635.97.
    Japan-s Nikkei gained 0.99% or 115.83 points at 11,768.12.
    Singapore-s Straits Times added 0.25% or 8.03 points at 3,247.98.
    South Korea-s Seoul Composite advanced 0.54% or 13.39 points at 2,026.54.
    Taiwan-s Taiwan Weighted gained 0.54% or 42.74 points at 7,910.08.
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    Asian markets were trading mixed. China-s Shanghai Composite shed 0.25% or 5.85 points at 2,341.33. Hong Kong-s Hang Seng was down 0.09% or 21.55 points at 22,756.29. Japan-s Nikkei gained 0.69% or 82.92 points at 12,015.19. Singapore-s Straits Times was flat at 3,291.65. South Korea-s Seoul Composite slipped 0.76% or 15.26 points at 2,005.48. Taiwan-s Taiwan Weighted added 0.12% or 9.69 points at 7,959.99.
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    Asian markets were trading firm. China-s Shanghai Composite was down 0.34% or 7.83 points at 2,316.46. Hong Kong-s Hang Seng gained 0.90% or 206.06 points at 22,977.50. Japan-s Nikkei added 1.93% or 231.41 points at 12,199.49. Singapore-s Straits Times was down 0.12% or 4.12 points at 3,294.42. South Korea-s Seoul Composite was up 0.10% or 1.99 points at 2,006.39. Taiwan-s Taiwan Weighted advanced 0.73% or 58.34 points at 8,018.85
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    U.S. stocks closed out a historic week with another day of gains on Friday, as the Dow hit yet another record closing high on a payrolls report that surpassed even the most optimistic forecasts. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 67.58 points, or 0.47 percent, to 14,397.07, another record closing high. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index advanced 6.92 points, or 0.45 percent, to 1,551.18. The Nasdaq Composite Index gained 12.28 points, or 0.38 percent, to end at 3,244.37.
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    Asian markets were trading mixed.
    China’s Shanghai Composite gained 0.87% or 19.56 points at 2,277.
    Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.54% or 117.97 points at 22,159.83.
    Singapore’s Straits Times was down 0.20% or 6.50 points at 3,262.63.
    South Korea’s Seoul Composite was down 0.06% or 1.28 points at 1,977.28.
    Taiwan’s Taiwan Weighted was up 0.05% or 3.93 points at 7,842.40.
    Japan’s Nikkei shut today.
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    Asian shares inched higher and the dollar was underpinned on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve maintained its commitment to a very accommodative monetary stance, and market nerves over the Cyprus bailout wrangling calmed.
    The dollar was up 0.1 percent against a basket of major currencies, and the euro stabilised around USD 1.2937, off a four-month low of USD 1.28435 hit on Tuesday. The dollar was around 95.92 against the yen.
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    US stocks added to gains after the Federal Reserve said it was pressing forward with aggressive efforts to stimulate the economy.
    The Dow Jones industrial average was up 55.91 points, or 0.39 percent, at 14,511.73. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index was up 10.37 points, or 0.67 percent, at 1,558.71. The Nasdaq Composite Index was up 25.09 points, or 0.78 percent, at 3,254.19.
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    Asian markets were trading firm. China’s Shanghai Composite rose 0.50% or 11.21 points at 2,245.61.Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.55% or 123.38 points at 22,423.01. Japan’s Nikkei slipped 1.06% or 128.48 points at 12,006.54. Singapore’s Straits Times was flat at 3,308.83. South Korea’s Seoul Composite was flat at 1,996.97. Taiwan’s Taiwan Weighted advanced 0.17% or 13.53 points at 7,912.77.

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