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Asian Shares Down, Euro Shares Up

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Asian Shares Down, Euro Shares Up

Asian Shares Down, Euro Shares Up

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell on Friday, retreating from four-month highs after data out of China raised concerns over deflationary pressures building in the world’s second biggest economy.

FILE PHOTO: Men look at stock quotation boards outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, December 5, 2018.


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