Aug 28, 2015

Asian Stocks Extend Global Rally on Upbeat US Growth Data - ABC News

Asian stocks rose Friday as upbeat U.S. economic data lifted investors' spirits following days of stomach-churning turbulence sparked by a heavy sell-off in China. Japan led regional gains, but Shanghai shares were not far behind as markets took their lead from Wall Street, where benchmarks...

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