Asian stock markets rebound from early lows
The Olympian – Asian stock markets turned in a mixed performance Friday, but most recoiled from their lows despite a grim profit forecast from Toyota and sluggish U.S. economic data. European markets opened higher.
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Many of Asia’s bourses showed surprising resilience – notably in Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore – given the overnight drop on Wall Street, as lower-priced shares attracted buyers and lending markets showed more signs of mending.
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