Asian shares fall after disappointing U.S. earnings

Asian shares fall after disappointing U.S. earnings

Tōkyō : Japan | Oct 21, 2012 at 8:06 PM PDT
Source: Turks and Caicos Free Press
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A visitor looks at market indices displayed at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo September 26, 2012. Asian shares fell on Monday as risk sentiment was dented by lackluster earnings from leading U.S. companies, and a bigger than expected fall in exports from Japan , a key driver of the world's third-biggest... FULL ARTICLE AT Turks and Caicos Free Press
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