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mid-point of the yuan's CNY=CFXS CNY=SAEC exchange rate
against the dollar on Wednesday as follows.
Mid-point Previous day's mid-point Previous day's close
6.8283 6.8282 6.8294
SOURCE: The People's Bank of China, the central bank, issues
the data through the interbank market, the China Foreign Exchange
Trade System (www.chinamoney.com.cn).
The yuan may rise or fall 0.5 percent from its mid-point each
day, but it has moved only a small fraction of its band in most
trading sessions since it was revalued by 2.1 percent to 8.11 per
dollar on July 21, 2005.
In the three years following the revaluation, the central
bank allowed the yuan to appreciate a further 19 percent against
the dollar. The yuan's traded peak since the revaluation was
6.8099, reached on Sept. 23, 2008.
Since July 2008, however, the central bank has used the
mid-point to keep the yuan at a virtual peg to the dollar within
a narrow 100-pip range, to protect China's economy as it
confronted a slowdown due to the global financial crisis.
(Reporting by Chen Yixin and Edmund Klamann)
Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:59pm EST
* HK stocks end easier; property down after auction
* HK stocks open up 0.49 pct; Sino-Ocean Land up
Sun, Dec 27 2009
* HK shares close up; property issues, Geely rise
Wed, Dec 23 2009
* HK stocks open up 0.23 pct; Geely rises
Wed, Dec 23 2009
* HK, China shares rise; China Pacific up on debut
Wed, Dec 23 2009
Hunan Nonferrous Metals Corporation Limited
Carpenter Tan Holdings Limited
SCHRAMM HOLDING AG
HONG KONG, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares opened up 0.30
percent on Tuesday, tracking firmer overseas markets and buoyed
by rising oil and metals prices, while consumer-related issues
are seen in focus on optimism over their longer term prospects as
China's economy grows.
Hunan Nonferrous Metals (2626.HK) was down 1.11 percent at
HK$3.56 as the stock resumed trading after it said its new
controlling shareholder may make a general offer for all
outstanding shares it did not own at a highly discounted HK$1.73
Market debutant Carpenter Tan Holdings (0837.HK) was at
HK$3.50 up 35.7 percent from the issue price of HK$2.58 per
share. Schramm holdings AG (0955.HK) debuted at HK$38.80, up 4.9
percent from its issue price of HK$37.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI opened 64.22 points
higher at 21,544.44. The China Enterprises Index .HSCE of top
locally listed mainland Chinese stocks gained 0.40 percent to
(Reporting by Donny Kwok; Editing by Chris Lewis)
TOKYO, Dec 28 - Japan's Nikkei average hit its highest in four months on Monday, with exporters rising while Takashimaya Co Ltd (8233.T) gained after the department store chain kept its full-year profit forecast unchanged.
The benchmark Nikkei .N225 was up 0.8 percent at 10,576.05 in early trade after climbing as high as 10,587.75, its highest since Aug. 31.
The broader Topix added 0.6 percent to 914.57. (Reporting by Aiko Hayashi)
TOKYO, Dec 25 - Japanese shipments of aluminium products fell 1.0 percent in November from a year earlier to 164,859 tonnes, industry data showed on Friday.
Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:00pm EST
* HK, China shares rise; China Pacific up on debut
* HK shares close up 1.1 pct; China Pacific up on debut
* HK shares open up 0.11 pct; insurers in focus
Tue, Dec 22 2009
* HK stocks close up 0.69 pct; banks lead
Tue, Dec 22 2009
* HK shares open up 0.97 pct; Esprit, Li & Fung up
Mon, Dec 21 2009
Geely Automobile Holdings Limited
Ford Motor Company
The Wharf (Holdings) Limited
HONG KONG, Dec 24 - Hong Kong shares opened 0.23
percent higher on Thursday, tracking firm overseas markets, with
local property stocks aiding the rise ahead of a government land
auction early next week.
Shares of Geely Auto (0175.HK) were set to open up 5.53
percent at HK$4.20 each. Ford Motor (F.N) said on Wednesday it
was nearing an agreement to sell its Volvo Swedish cars unit to
China's Geely, the parent of Geely Auto. [ID:nLDE5BM0VB]
Shares of property group Wharf (0004.HK) rose 0.82 percent,
Henderson Land (0012.HK) advanced 0.79 percent, and Sino Land
(0083.HK) gained 0.28 percent.
Stocks of market debutant Hontex International (0946.HK) were
set to open at HK$2.0, down 6.9 percent from the issue price of
The benchmark Hang Seng Index .HSI opened 50.05 points
higher at 21,378.79.
The China Enterprises Index .HSCE of top locally listed
mainland Chinese stocks gained 0.48 percent to 12,588.86.
The market will close at midday on Thursday.
(Reporting by Donny Kwok; Editing by Jonathan Hopfner)
BEIJING, Dec 23 - Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Corp (BAIC), China's fifth-largest carmaker, said it will invest 33 billion yuan ($4.83 billion) in vehicle development and production over the next three years, following its purchase of technology from GM's [GM.UL] Saab unit.
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The company announced the investment figure on Wednesday at a media briefing following its purchase of the Saab intellectual property, including three vehicle platforms.
Earlier in the day, BAIC said it had paid $200 million for the property from Saab, including rights to the vehicle platforms, two engine technologies and two transmission systems. [ID:nTOE5BM00Z] (Reporting by Michael Wei, writing by Doug Young; Editing by Chris Lewis)
STANBUL, Dec 17 - Turkey's Central Bank injected two billion lira ($1.32 billion) into the market in a one-week repo auction on Thursday at an average simple interest rate of 6.75 percent.
Central bank data CBTG showed total bids amounted to 6.6 billion lira. The repo will mature on Dec. 24. ($1=1.5140 lira)
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc and Wells Fargo & Co said they were paying back funds to the U.S. government, in transactions that will end taxpayers' capital support of the biggest U.S. banks much sooner than had been expected just weeks ago.
With regulators signing off on the plans, the U.S. government is signaling that it is comfortable removing some of the support it has provided to banks since the failure of Lehman Brothers Holdings created pandemonium in financial markets in the fall of 2008.
The banks are hoping to escape some of the added regulatory scrutiny that came with U.S. support. The Obama administration's pay czar, Kenneth Feinberg, had to sign off on pay for Citigroup's top 100 employees after the bank received more than $45 billion of capital over three bailouts.
Wells Fargo received only one government capital injection of $25 billion and was subject to fewer restrictions.
Both banks faced pressure to repay the United States after Bank of America Corp announced plans to sell more than $18 billion of equity to help repay the $45 billion it received from the government under the Troubled Asset Relief Program, analysts said.
Citi and Wells Fargo became the last big banks to leave TARP.
"The stigma of being in TARP just got to be too much," said Ralph Cole, portfolio manager at Ferguson Wellman Capital Management in Portland, Oregon.
But the government and the banks that have left TARP are taking a risk. If the economy weakens considerably next year, more bailouts could be necessary.
Citigroup Chief Executive Vikram Pandit is giving up a government guarantee the bank had against excessive losses on $250 billion of assets. The bank has yet to consistently post real profits from its banking operations.
"There are a lot of risks still embedded in the economy. Look at commercial real estate, or what happens to consumer loans if unemployment rises," said Bill Fitzpatrick, a stock analyst at Optique Capital Management in Milwaukee. "We don't know what things will look like a year from now."
Banks are evidently concerned about the economy, and have been reducing their loan books and boosting their investments in risk-free securities. President Barack Obama told top U.S. bankers on Monday that they had to open up the credit spigot for small businesses and start lending again.
Still, many investors now believe the worst is behind the U.S. economy, in part because of extreme efforts by the government and the Federal Reserve to rescue the financial system.
The United States is more optimistic about the outlook for the banking sector as well. The Obama administration's projected cost to taxpayers for TARP was cut by about $200 billion last week.
Citigroup said it plans to issue $17 billion of common shares and $3.5 billion of securities that convert into shares in three years to help repay $20 billion of capital it received late last year from TARP.
Citigroup's share offering is expected to be sold on Wednesday.
The government, which owns about 7.7 billion of the bank's shares worth about $28.5 billion, plans to sell up to $5 billion of Citi shares alongside the bank's offering.
Wells Fargo plans to sell $10.4 billion of shares, and also raise up to $1.5 billion of equity through asset sales.
Both Citigroup and Wells Fargo are offloading stock to their employees, with Wells selling $1.35 billion to benefit plans instead of contributing cash to them, and Citigroup selling $1.7 billion of common stock to staff pending shareholder approval.
Beyond Wells Fargo's share sales and asset sales, the bank did not specify how it would fund the rest of its payment to the government.
Wells Fargo's shares rose about 2 percent in late trading after the deal was announced to $26.04. Earlier in the day, Citigroup's shares fell 6.3 percent to $3.70.
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Both banks will enjoy some benefits from exiting TARP. Citigroup will save about $2 billion of interest expense annually by exiting TARP, while Wells Fargo will reduce annual dividend expense by $1.25 billion.
Citigroup will also reduce the government's say over the bank's compensation packages beginning in 2010, although the bank cannot pay employees more for 2010 to make up for 2009 pay cuts mandated by Feinberg, a Treasury official said.
But both deals are also bruising for the banks. Citigroup is taking an $8 billion pre-tax loss on the trust preferred purchase, because the securities were recorded on the bank's books at less than their face amount.
Canceling securities linked to the government's asset guarantee will result in another $2.1 billion of pre-tax losses for Citigroup. Those losses eat into the benefit of raising capital.
Wells Fargo's hit to common shareholders will be $2 billion in the fourth quarter.
Both banks are also diluting shareholders, something Wells Fargo executives had said they wished to minimize or avoid.
To avoid extra dilution, Wells Fargo said it was buying out Prudential Financial Inc's stake in a brokerage joint venture for cash instead of its prior plans to use cash and stock. Prudential said last week that deal, which closes in January, will boost its investable funds by about $4 billion.
For Citigroup, the dilution to shareholders from its deal is about 15 percent. That is much higher than the dilution to Bank of America Corp's shareholders when the bank repaid the government earlier this month.
Citigroup received $45 billion last year under TARP. This year, the government agreed to convert $25 billion of those funds into Citigroup common stock, leaving the United States with a stake of roughly 34 percent in the bank.
(Reporting by Dan Wilchins; Editing by Gary Hill)
JAKARTA, Dec 14-Indonesian holding company PT Bakrie & Brothers Tbk (BNBR.JK) aims to raise its stake in coal miner Bumi Resources (BUMI.JK) to 21 percent, its chief Bobby Gafur said on Monday.
Bakrie currently has a 18.6 percent stake in Bumi.
Bumi has a stock market value of about $5.3 billion, according to Reuters data, valuing the additional stake at about $106 million. (Reporting by Tyagita Silka and Andreas Ismar; Editing by Sara Webb)
ANKARA, Dec 10 - Turkey's central bank said on Thursday it planned to buy 8 billion lira ($5.3 billion) of domestic government debt in 2010, a maximum 5 billion lira of which would be bought in the first half.
SHANGHAI, Dec 9 - CCB International (Holdings) Ltd, a wholly owned investment banking arm of China Construction Bank Corp , is close to launching a $1 billion private equity fund in Hong Kong, CCB International CEO Hu Zhanghong told a conference on Wednesday.
LONDON, Nov 19 - European shares fell for a third straight session on Thursday to a one-week closing low as a bearish analyst comment on semi-conductor stocks hurt technology shares and falling commodity prices pressured oils and miners. Full Article
TOKYO, Nov 19 - Japan's Nikkei average fell 0.4 percent on Thursday as Honda Motor Co and a broad range of exporters lost ground. Full Article
TOKYO, Nov 18 - Japan's benchmark Nikkei average held steady on Wednesday, but a broad swathe of sectors including banking shares slipped even though U.S. stocks hit 13-month highs the previous day. Full Article
HONG KONG, Nov 18 - Hong Kong stocks could rise on Wednesday, spurred by a rise on Wall Street to 13-month highs, while exporters such as Li & Fung could come under pressure after gloomy forecasts for U.S. holiday spending. Full Article
HONG KONG, Nov 17- Hong Kong's benchmark stock index broke above the 23,000 level on Tuesday for the first time in over a year on a Wall Street rally and a pledge by the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low. Full Article
HONG KONG, Nov 16 - Hong Kong stocks rose 1.73 percent on Monday for a second straight session of gains as abundant liquidity and expectations of yuan appreciation fuelled hopes that stocks will rise further, providing a boost to banking stocks. Full Article
PARIS, Nov 16 - European stock index futures pointed to a higher start on Monday, adding to last week's strong gains, with commodity-related shares poised to benefit from buoyant oil and metal prices as the dollar dipped. Full Article
TOKYO, Nov 16 - Japan's Nikkei stock average rose 0.1 percent on Monday, buoyed by exporters such as Toyota Motor Co after Wall Street edged higher on encouraging results for the retail sector and hopes for the holiday shopping season. Full Article
TOKYO, Nov 5 - Japan's Nikkei stock average slipped 0.6 percent on Thursday, with exporters such as Canon Inc losing ground after the Federal Reserve's pledge to keep rates low helped the yen advance against the dollar. Nissan Motor Co shares were untraded and awash with buy orders after Japan's third-biggest automaker revised its annual outlook to a profit from a loss on Wednesday as soaring sales in China helped drive quarterly earnings beyond market e Full Article
HONG KONG, Oct 30 - Hong Kong stocks are set to open 2.14 percent higher on Friday, spurred by better than forecast U.S. growth data, with Industrial Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) rising as its quarterly profit jumped. Full Article
TOKYO, Oct 15 - Japan's Nikkei stock average climbed 2.1 percent on Thursday, bolstered by exporters such as Sony Corp after robust U.S. company results and data pushed the Dow over 10,000 for the first time in a year. Full Article
LONDON, Oct 13 - European shares turned positive on Tuesday morning, with gains for telecoms offsetting falls in banks. At 0731 GMT, the FTSEurofirst 300 index of top European shares was up 0.1 percent at 1,005.83 points, and had gone as high as 1,006.16. Banks were the biggest drag on the index. Banco Santander , Barclays , Credit Suisse , Deutsche Bank , and Societe Generale fell between 0.4 a Full Article
TOKYO, Oct 13 - Japan's Nikkei stock average edged up 0.6 percent on Tuesday, buoyed by exporters such as Honda Motor Corp after the S&P 500 posted a sixth straight day of rises, but stalled ahead of key U.S. and Japanese earnings. Full Article
TOKYO, Oct 9 - Japan's Nikkei average rose 0.6 percent on Friday, with resource-related stocks climbing after gold hit a fresh all-time high, while Fast Retailing jumped after forecasting a record profit for this business year. Full Article
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Oct 9 - China's key stock index was up 3.84 percent on Friday, led by banking shares, as the market played catch-up following a strong global rally during Chibna's eight-day National Day holiday. Full Article
TOKYO, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average rose 0.5 percent on Thursday as exporters such as Tokyo Electron gained on short-covering, while Nikon Corp jumped after a brokerage upgrade. Full Article
HONG KONG, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks are set to open 0.83 percent higher, with shipping companies rising on higher freight costs, while local developers gain on hopes a global economic recovery will lift demand for property. Full Article
HONG KONG, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Hong Kong Shared are seen higher on Tuesday after wall Street was lifted overnight by optimism about upcoming earning and upbeat data on the services sektor. (ID:nN05386954)
"U.S. markets rebounded last night. That will be the main driver for Hong Kong stocks," said Conica Hung, head of equity research at Delta Asia Financial Group.
"But I don't see a sharp gain today mainly because China is still closed. There is also some coution ahead of U.S. earnings announcemments."
Investors will be keeping an eye on mainland cement maker China Resource Cement (1313.HK), which debuts on Tuesday on the Hong Kong bourse.
China's stock market is closed from Oct. 1 to 8 for the National Day holiday
Hong Kong's benchmark index. HSI rose 0.3 persent on Monday, recovering from three-week lows.
TOKYO, Oct 6 - Japan's Nikkei average rose 0.7 percent on Tuesday, lifted by exporters such as Kyocera Corp (6971.T) after optimism about upcoming U.S. earnings and strong services sector data boosted Wall Street.
The benchmark Nikkei .N225 gained 69.93 points to 9,744.42. It fell 0.6 percent the previous day to book its lowest finish since July 21.
The broader Topix added 0.6 percent to 872.64. (Reporting by Aiko Hayashi)
LONDON - Britain's top share index closed 0.7 percent higher on Monday after U.S. ISM non-manufacturing data came in better than forecast, with heavyweight UK miners and banks the best performing sectors.
The FTSE 100 FTSE closed up 35.63 points, or 0.7 percent, at 5,024.33, after tumbling nearly 60 points on Friday to a near three-week closing low below the 5,000 level.
Activity in the U.S. service sector expanded in September for the first time since August 2008, while employment in the sector also improved, the Institute of Supply Management said on Monday. [ID:nN05400003] Full Article
TOKYO, Sept 26 - New United Motor Manufacturing Inc (NUMMI), a joint venture between Toyota Motor Corp and the former General Motors Corp [GM.UL] in California, will shed its entire workforce of about 4,700 by next spring, the Nikkei business daily reported on Saturday. Full Article
LONDON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - European shares were expected to open slightly higher on Friday, with investors seen taking a more positive stance after world leaders pledged to keep emergency economic supports in place until a durable recovery is secured. Full Article
TOKYO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average slid 2.6 percent on Friday, as financial shares were hit hard after Nomura Holdings said it plans to issue up to $5.6 billion in shares, raising concerns other banks could follow suit. Full Article
HONG KONG, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares ended lower on Thursday as index heavy weighted banks such as HSBC and China Construction Bank fell, while new listing Metallurgical Corp of China dived, hiting sentiment. Full Article
HONG KONG, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares are set to open 0.39 percent firmer on Tuesday in another range-bound session, as the market digests the implications of recent IPO approvals and a resurgence of U.S. dollar strength. Full Article
LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening flat on Monday, with financial bookmakers calling the market down 4 points to up 3 points as a drift lower by Asian markets offsets modest gains from Wall Street on Friday. Full Article
SEOUL, Sept 21 (Reuters) - A united Korea -- combining Asia's fourth biggest economy with one of its poorest -- could surpass that of Germany or Japan in economic might in the next 30-40 years, U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs said on Monday. Full Article
HONG KONG, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares are set to ease 0.22 percent in opening trade on Monday after the index hit new highs for the year last week, and before gathering momentum for the week ahead. Full Article
China's Shanghai Composite Index [CN;SHI 2962.667 -97.593 (-3.19%) ] opened up but pulled back, on Wall Street’s tepid performance overnight. However, the index was supported at the start of trade by the launch of 15 mutual funds which offset the outlook for more share supplies.
LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index drifted lower early on Friday, as investors took profits after a five-day winning run, with commodity stocks and banks taking the most points off the index. Full Article www.reuters.com
TOKYO, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average rose 1.7 percent on Thursday, buoyed by exporters after positive U.S. data strengthened recovery hopes and steelmakers on hope of rising demand, though banking shares weighed on the market.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (8306.T), Japan's largest bank, lost nearly 2 percent and other banks fell after comments on lending by Shizuka Kamei, the new minister for banking and market regulation, who is seen as an opponent of market-friendly reforms. [ID:nT27565]
The benchmark Nikkei gained 173.03 points to 10,443.80, a one-week closing high, while the broader Topix rose 0.9 percent to 939.52. (Reporting by Elaine Lies) www.reuters.com
LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - European shares pared gains in afternoon trading on Thursday after data showed U.S. housing starts rose 1.5 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 598,000 units, just below market expectations for 600,000 units.
At 1235 GMT, the FTSEurofirst 300 .FTEU3 index of top European shares was up 0.2 percent at 1,008.39 points, against an intra-day high of 1,013.63.
Banks were among top gainers in Europe, with Standard Chartered (STAN.L), HSBC (HSBA.L), Lloyds (LLOY.L), Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L), BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) and Societe Generale (SOGN.PA) up 0.3-3.8 percent. (Reporting by Atul Prakash)
NEW YORK, Sept 17 (Reuters) - S&P 500 stock index futures lost ground on Thursday following reports on weekly jobless claims and August housing starts.
* S&P 500 futures SPc2 were off 1.10 points and were a tad below fair value, a formula that evaluates pricing by taking into account interest rates, dividends and time to expiration on the contract. Dow Jones industrial average futures DJc2 were up 2 points, while Nasdaq 100 NDc2 futures dipped 2.50 points.
* Futures suggested that Wall Street would likely open little changed following a 3-day run-up.
(Reporting by Ellis Mnyandu; editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - European stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Thursday, gaining ground for the ninth time in 10 sessions, tracking strong gains on Wall Street overnight and in Asia on renewed recovery hopes.
Futures for the Euro Stoxx 50 STXEc1 and German DAX futures FDXc1 were both up 0.7 percent and French CAC futures FCEc1 were up 0.6 percent.
U.S. stocks rose for a third day on Wednesday, hitting fresh 2009 highs in a broad-based rally following economic data that suggested a stronger-than-expected global recovery, while Asian stocks hit their highest level in 13 months. (Reporting by Joanne Frearson)
TOKYO, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Tokyo's Nikkei average rose 1.2 percent on Thursday, lifted by exporters such as Sony Corp (6758.T) after industrial output data helped buoy U.S. stocks to fresh 2009 highs.
A government survey showing that big manufacturers had turned optimistic in the three months to September as well as a mostly smooth start for Japan's new government were also lending support to market sentiment, market players said.
The benchmark Nikkei .N225 gained 120.55 points to 10,391.32, after adding 0.5 percent the previous day. The broader Topix advanced 0.8 percent to 938.52. (Reporting by Aiko Hayashi)
Deals of the day -- mergers and acquisitions 2:09am EDTSept 16 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals involving European, U.S. and Asian companies were reported by 0600 GMT on Wednesday. Full Article
TOKYO, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average rose 1.2 percent on Wednesday, buoyed by exporters such as Canon Inc after retail sales data helped boost investor confidence and lifted U.S. stocks to highs for the year. Full Article
The South Korean Kospi [KR;KSPI 1679.77 26.37 (+1.59%) ] rose also on the back of those stronger-than-expected U.S. manufacturing and retail data which boosted sentiment, sending exporters such as LG Electronics and Hyundai Motor higher.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The 2008 global recession caused the first worldwide contraction in assets under management in nearly a decade, according to a study that found wealth dropped 11.7 percent to $92.4 trillion. Full Article
Nikkei rises 0.2 pct in choppy trade; JAL lower 2:06am EDTTOKYO, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average edged up 0.2 percent in choppy trade on Tuesday, buoyed by Canon Inc and other exporters as the yen held steady against the dollar, but worries that it may only be a brief respite limited gains. Full Article
SHANGHAI, Sept 15 (Reuters) - China's key stock index opened up 0.08 percent on Tuesday, as China's top tourist agency prepares to launch a Shanghai IPO while most tyremakers were mixed after saying the impact of the U.S. decision to impose special duties on Chinese tyre exports would be limited. Full Article
TOKYO, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average edged up 0.5 percent on Tuesday, with Toyota Motor Corp and other exporters rising as the yen's advance against the dollar came to a halt. Incoming Japanese leader Yukio Hatoyama has picked veteran lawmaker Hirohisa Fujii as finance minister, the Nikkei business daily reported. But analysts said the news was unlikely to affect the stock market as it was not surprising. Full Article
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