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  • *Dip-buying in Toyota and other large-caps supports. TOKYO, April 14- Tokyo stocks slipped to a fresh six-month low on Monday as market sentiment stayed fragile after a rocky session on Wall Street and on escalating tensions in Ukraine. Bargain hunting in large caps like Toyota Motor Corp offered some support and helped the benchmark Nikkei trim earlier losses.

  • TOKYO, April 9- Since March 2011, Japan's government has focused on the cost of cleaning up after Fukushima, the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. While their reactors have been idled, Japan's nuclear plant operators have had to spend around $87 billion to burn replacement fossil fuels.

  • Fed objects to capital plans of RBS, HSBC, Santander. The U.S. central bank started scrutinising foreign banks' emergency plans only this year but its tough verdict on RBS, HSBC and Santander- three of Europe's largest banks- as well as U.S. giant Citigroup throws down a gauntlet to the European Central Bank as it readies its own bank stress tests this year.

  • NEW YORK, March 7- U.S. authorities are investigating whether two French banks violated anti-money laundering rules and economic embargoes on countries like Iran, according to a person familiar with the investigation.

  • NEW YORK, March 7- U.S. authorities are investigating whether two French banks violated anti-money laundering rules and economic embargoes on countries like Iran, according to a person familiar with the investigation.

  • *Japan's record high trade deficit widely expected- analysts. TOKYO, Feb 20- Japan's Nikkei share average fell for a second day following declines on Wall Street as minutes of the U.S. "People have realized that the market overreacted to the BOJ's announcement," said Masashi Oda, chief investment officer at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank.

  • TOKYO, Feb 19- Japan's Nikkei share average fell on Wednesday morning, retreating from a 2 1/ 2- week high hit the previous day, as investors took profits on banks and exporters when the weak yen trend paused. The Nikkei shed 0.7 percent to 14,738.69 in mid-morning trade after rising 3.1 percent at 14,843.24 on Tuesday, the highest close since Jan. 31.

  • TOKYO, Feb 18- Japan's Nikkei share average soared to a one-week high on Tuesday afternoon, spurred by banks after the Bank Of Japan said it would extend loan facilities by a year at its policy meeting. The Nikkei jumped 3.2 percent to 14,858.87 in early afternoon trade, the highest since Feb. 12.

  • Fleming, the head of Morgan Stanley's wealth and investment management businesses, is on the bank board's list of candidates who could potentially succeed Chief Executive James Gorman, according to sources with direct knowledge of the situation. But colleagues and recruiters say he is also a flight risk for Morgan Stanley.

  • Fleming, the head of Morgan Stanley's wealth and asset management businesses, is on the bank board's list of candidates who could potentially succeed Chief Executive James Gorman, according to sources with direct knowledge of the situation. But colleagues and recruiters say he is also a flight risk for Morgan Stanley.

  • Asian stock markets rose on Monday following last week's rally on Wall Street as investors brushed off a worse-than-expected U.S. jobs report.

  • LONDON, Feb 6- Japan's Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International became the latest bank to withdraw from the commodities sector, hit by weaker investor interest and tougher regulation. JP Morgan is in the process of selling its physical commodities unit and Deutsche Bank said last year it was largely exiting commodity trading.

  • *Possible boon for Japan firms eyeing Iran's oilfields. TOKYO, Feb 5- Japan this week became the first of Iran's oil buyers to make a payment for crude imports under an interim nuclear deal, sources told Reuters on Wednesday, as the West eased a year-long stranglehold on revenues that has crippled the Iranian economy.

  • Asian equity markets suffered heavy losses on Tuesday after weak economic data sparked fears of a slowing U.S. economy.

  • TOKYO, Feb 3- Japan's biggest banks, flush with cash from a year-long stock market rally, are poised to benefit this year from a spurt in loan growth at home fuelled by the economic stimulus measures of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

  • TOKYO, Feb 3- Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc reported a 5.5 percent rise in net profit in the group's latest quarter, making up for slowing stock-related earnings with income from overseas lending.

  • More of Southeast Asia, less of China this week Sunday, 2 Feb 2014 | 7:35 PM ET
    Anti-government protesters chant slogans while preventing voting at a polling station in Thailand's general election on February 2, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand.

    Political strife in Thailand, economic data out of Indonesia and a central bank meeting in Australia should take the spotlight in Asia this week.

  • TOKYO, Feb 3- Mizuho Financial Group is raising its dividend payout as profits surge and other big Japanese banks may follow suit, but the benefits to shareholders may be short-lived. Japan's three "megabanks" are benefiting from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stimulus policies.

  • TOKYO, Jan 23- Mizuho Financial Group Inc said it would replace the chief executive of its core banking unit, the latest management shake-up in Japan's second-largest lender as it tries to repair a reputation tarnished by loans to organised crime.

  • Nikkei pares gains after China factory activity report Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014 | 10:00 PM ET

    TOKYO, Jan 23- Japan's Nikkei stock average eased off from a two-week high on Thursday morning after a survey showed activity in China's manufacturing sector contracted in January for the first time in six months.

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