Wall Street JournalJapan Shares Lead Asian Markets Higher as 'Brexit' Fears EaseWall Street JournalA sharp rebound in Japanese stocks helped lead most Asian markets higher on Monday, as worries eased about the coming referendum in the U.K. on European Union membership. The Nikkei Stock Average was up 2.1%, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 ...Asia stocks gain as Brexit fears ebb slightly, safe-havens retreatReutersAsia trades mostly higher; Nikkei leads gain while Shanghai falls behindCNBCAsian Markets Rise As Brexit Fears EaseRTT NewsInvesting.comall 41 news articles » read whole article

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