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Most Asian markets drop; North Korean threat rattles South Korea but few others

July 23, 2018
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Most Asian markets declined Wednesday as Tokyo stocks were hurt by selling in commodity-related stocks amid a drop in oil prices. (International Herald Tribune — 8 hours ago)
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Japanese stocks dropped for a second session Wednesday as investors sold commodity-related stocks on falling oil prices. (International Herald Tribune — 12 hours ago)
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Most Asian markets rose on Monday, with the region’s biggest bourse in Japan advancing for the fourth straight session. Markets in India, Hong Kong and mainland China were closed for holidays. (International Herald Tribune — 2 October, 2006)
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Hong Kong shares edged up Wednesday as traders bought Chinese computer maker Lenovo and China Mobile. (International Herald Tribune — 9 hours ago)
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Tokyo’s Nikkei average lost 0.98 percent on Wednesday as energy stocks such as Nippon Mining Holdings and trading firms fell on a sharp drop in U.S. crude oil futures prices. (CNN — 12 hours ago)
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