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Asian shares wobble, knocked by Wall Street losses

Asian shares struggled on Thursday, taking their cues from a lackluster day on Wall Street as investors locked in gains in thin trade ahead of the upcoming holidays.

 
 
Japanese stocks rose to their highest level in a year on Friday morning, supported by Wall Street gains and solid buying of exporters on the back of a weaker yen.
Treasury yields surged to near 18-month highs and crude futures soared to 16-month highs.
India must focus on improving connectivity along the Silk Route in order to establish itself as a hub for Asia-Europe trade
Asian stocks bounced to one-week highs on Wednesday as investors tried to share in the exuberance of Wall Street's record run.
 
 
U.S. crude oil soared more than 9 percent overnight to a one-month high just shy of $50.00 a barrel.
Oil prices tumbled on Monday on worries that producer countries may not be agree on a deal to cut output, pressuring U.S. stock futures and Asian shares.
Asian shares rebounded on Thursday and the dollar firmed in a remarkable snapback from the shock of Republican Donald Trump's presidential victory.
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