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TOKYO: Asian shares eased on Monday, taking a break after investor risk appetite had risen on hopes Europe's policymakers returning from holiday will decisively tackle the euro zone's debt crisis.
NEW YORK: On a day that brought both good and bad news about the U.S. economy, investors chose to see the glass as half-full. U.S. stocks edged higher Thursday, pushed up by a batch of bright earnings reports and encouraging news about home sales.
TOKYO (Reuters): Risk assets from oil to shares slumped on Monday after elections in Greece and France fuelled questions about commitments from struggling euro zone economies to pursue austerity policies seen widely by markets as vital to resolving the bloc's debt crisis.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian stock market lost its momentum, along with other regional markets, as hopes for a quick solution to the eurozone debt crisis were doused and signs were clear that China's robust growth was moderating.
NEW YORK: Global shares lost steam on Wednesday and traded little changed, while the euro fell as a lack of details prompted investors to tone down optimism for early central bank action to tackle the euro zone debt crisis.
NEW YORK: Global stocks and the dollar fell o n W ednesday as weak U.S. economic data and concerns about Europe's long-simmering debt crisis weighed on sentiment.