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"LONDON - Shares rose in Europe and Asia on Monday, helped by commodity stocks as the dollar remained near its lowest in more than three weeks, after surprisingly weak jobs data led investors to push back expectations for an increase in U.S. interest rates. Wall Street looked set to follow suit and rebound from the declines triggered by Friday's non-farm payrolls data, according to index futures .", www.todayonline.com
"Read more about Asia stocks edge up as markets look to U.S. jobs data for Fed clues on Business Standard. SINGAPORE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares advanced on Friday as traders awaited U.S. jobs data later in the day, with subdued activity in many markets underscoring investor wariness over rising prospects of a near-term Federal Reserve rate hike.", www.business-standard.com
"Read more about Asia Pacific Market: Stocks up in quite trade, US jobs data eyed for Fed clues on Business Standard. Asia Pacific share market closed higher in quite trade on Friday, on caution ahead of US jobs data later in the global day that could determine the case for a Federal Reserve interest rate hike later this month or in July.", www.business-standard.com
"TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices were little changed on Friday as investors awaited US non-farm payrolls later in the day for more clues on the timing of Federal Reserve increase rate hikes. The five-year yield and benchmark 10-year yield were flat at minus 0.225 percent and minus 0.100 percent, respectively.The Bank of Japan bought more than a trillion yen of one- to 10-year JGBs in a regular debt buying operation, helping to offset some of the negative pressure from higher Tokyo stocks.E", www.brecorder.com
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