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  • TOKYO, April 7- Japan's Nikkei share average tumbled to a one-week low on Monday dragged down by tech shares following a slide on Wall Street, while a strong yen hit exporters to round out a harsh day for the market.

  • *Nikkei tripped by higher yen, Wall St tech retreat. SYDNEY, April 7- Japanese shares were slugged on Monday by a one-two combination of a higher yen and a selloff in the tech sector, while the euro struggled with speculation of more policy easing at home.

  • Tech stock sell-off spreads through world markets Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 1:14 AM ET

    HONG KONG— A sell-off of Internet and technology stocks that started on Wall Street spread around the globe on Monday, with tech companies in Asia hammered by worries about excessively high valuations.

  • Asian stocks fall on Wall Street tech losses Sunday, 6 Apr 2014 | 11:19 PM ET

    HONG KONG— Asian stocks started the week lower, tracking losses on Wall Street where investors knocked down internet and technology stocks over worries about valuations. Internet economy mainstays such as Google and Netflix that have surged over the past year were hammered on Friday as investors had a change of heart and decided prices were too high.

  • *Nikkei drops on higher yen, Wall St tech retreat. SYDNEY, April 7- Japanese shares were slugged on Monday by a one-two combination of a higher yen and a selloff in the tech sector, while the euro struggled with speculation of more policy easing at home.

  • *Daiichi Sankyo soars after Sun Pharma buys Indian unit Ranbaxy. *U.S. jobs data positive but overshadowed by Wall Street slide.

  • SYDNEY, April 7- Asian markets were torn two ways on Monday, some following Wall Street lower but others encouraged by U.S. jobs data that hit the sweet spot for many investors-- firm enough to soothe concerns about the health of the U.S. recovery but not so strong as to hasten the end of policy stimulus.

  • Markets unmoved by broadly in-line US jobs data Friday, 4 Apr 2014 | 12:13 AM ET

    SEOUL, South Korea— European stocks made modest gains Friday and Asian markets meandered as investors looked to the upcoming U.S. job report for a fresh trading cue. Britain's FTSE 100 rose 0.4 percent to 6,674.11 while Germany's DAX added 0.2 percent to 9,645.57. France's CAC 40 was also up 0.2 percent to 4,459.32.

  • TOKYO, April 4- The Nikkei average slipped from a three-week high on Friday on caution before the release of U.S. jobs data, but speculation that the Bank of Japan may adopt more stimulus next week underpinned shares of real estate and brokerage firms.

  • *Brent bounces back from 5- month low on doubts on Libya. NEW YORK, April 3- The euro fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank pledged to use unconventional measures if needed to battle low inflation, and a global gauge of stocks dipped after touching a six-year high.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro slips on ECB comments, stocks fall Thursday, 3 Apr 2014 | 3:19 PM ET

    NEW YORK, April 3- The euro fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank pledged to use unconventional measures if needed to battle low inflation, and a global gauge of stocks dipped after touching a six-year high.

  • NEW YORK, April 3- The euro slipped on Thursday after the European Central Bank pledged to use unconventional measures if needed to battle low inflation, and a global gauge of stocks dipped after touching a six-year high.

  • LONDON, April 3- Slightly slower growth in euro zone business activity last month and unchanged interest rates on Thursday halted this week's European stock market rally in its tracks. Seventy of 72 economists polled by Reuters correctly predicted the European Central Bank would keep its main interest rate on hold at a record low 0.25 percent.

  • LONDON, April 3- The rise in European stocks this week petered on Thursday after figures showed that economic activity slowed a bit last month and with investors reluctant to add fuel to the rally ahead of the European Central Bank's policy decision later in the day.

  • World markets lose steam as S&P backs off record Thursday, 3 Apr 2014 | 4:07 AM ET

    TOKYO— World stock markets were mostly higher Thursday as investors took heart from new stimulus in China and evidence of stronger U.S. hiring. Germany's DAX inched up 0.04 percent to 9,628.78 and Britain's FTSE 100 was 0.1 percent higher at 6,659.04.

  • TOKYO, April 3- Japanese stocks rose to a three-week high on Thursday, helped by gains in construction equipment makers on news China is taking steps to stimulate its economy, and as the dollar hit a 10- week high to the yen after solid U.S. economic data. The Nikkei ended 0.8 percent higher to 15,071.88 points, the highest close since March 11.

  • Nikkei to test resistance at 15,500: Guppy     Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014 | 11:23 PM ET

    Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, expects the Japanese benchmark index to test the resistance level of 15,500 in the near term.

  • *Nikkei outperforms, buoyed by China stimulus news. TOKYO, April 3- Asian shares hovered near four-month highs on Thursday as upbeat U.S. data underpinned risk appetite, while news China is taking steps to stimulate its economy spurred Tokyo's Nikkei to a three-weak peak.

  • *China stimulus steps lift construction machinery makers. TOKYO, April 3- Japanese stocks rose to three-week highs on Thursday morning, spurred by gains in construction equipment makers on news China is taking steps to stimulate its economy and on another set of solid data in the United States.

  • NEW YORK, April 1- World equity markets added to recent gains on Tuesday as Wall Street hit a record high after strong factory data, while soft manufacturing numbers in China reinforced expectations that the country will undertake stimulus measures.

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