ReutersEuropean stock bounce counters broader market cautionReutersN225 ended down 0.4 percent, but other Asian markets drew support from lower-than-expected Chinese consumer price inflation data which fuelled investor hopes that Beijing will keep monetary policy loose. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares ...Global markets struggle for direction at middayBDliveall 2 news articles » read whole article

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