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Asia markets were mixed in the final trading day of the week, following the release of China's GDP numbers for the first quarter of 2016.
Asia markets closed higher on Thursday, with the Japanese benchmark index leading gains across the region on the back of a weaker yen.
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Most major Asia markets ended higher Tuesday, shrugging off after a lower finish in U.S. equities overnight ahead of earnings season.
Asia markets retraced some early losses Monday, but a strong yen continued to weigh Japan shares even as China inflation data bolstered mainland stocks.
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Asia markets ended mixed on Friday, with the Nikkei 225 reversing losses to trade up over 1 percent on the back of a relatively weaker yen.
The yen had another move up overnight to 108 to the dollar, a big move considering it was 113 few days ago.
Most Asian markets rose on Thursday, with Japan's benchmark index snapping a seven-day losing streak despite fresh strength in the yen.
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Asia markets wavered between positive and negative on Wednesday, ending mixed despite an oil-price rise and a pick-up in China's services sector.
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Asia markets ended mostly lower on Tuesday, with Japanese shares losing ground on the back of a stronger yen.
Asian markets were mixed Monday, not getting much of a boost from solid U.S. jobs data last week, while Japan shares lost ground as the yen rose.
Asian markets started the new quarter on the back foot Friday, falling despite solid China manufacturing surveys, as a reading on Japan's economy disappointed.
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Asia markets ended mixed on Thursday, with some partially retracing advances following Federal Reserve chair Yellen's dovish remarks earlier this week.