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Tokyo stocks closed 1.83% higher ahead of the Federal Reserve ending its policy meeting and as official data showed Japan's exports soared in May.
Chinese shares were down 0.81% in early trading due to worries over a share glut that could be triggered by the resumption of new stock offers, dealers say.
Tokyo stocks ended the morning session 1.25% higher on Wednesday, following gains on Wall Street and an increase in Japanese exports thanks to a weaker yen.
Asian markets have been mixed with traders sitting on the sidelines as they await the US Federal Reserve's plans for its stimulus programme.
Hong Kong shares slipped after gains with investors selling outperformers and global markets brace for this week's US Federal Reserve policymaking meeting.
The dollar edged up in Asia as investors await an outcome of a US Federal Reserve meeting, which might indicate when it will reel in its massive stimulus drive.
Very true. Bad debt can definitely put a strain on and ruin relationships.
Untrue. People in your life should accept your debt situation.
Hard to say as I have never been affected by major debt.
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