Wall Street JournalAsian Markets: Stocks in Japan Finish HigherWall Street JournalJapanese stocks rose but most other Asian markets fell on Monday after an upward revision in U.S. gross domestic product data stoked expectations for a steady recovery in the world's largest economy but also raised caution over further U.S. rate increases.Asian markets trade in green; Nifty to follow suitMoneycontrol.comJapan equities lead Asia higherFinancial Timesall 7 news articles » read whole article

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