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Asian Shares At Near Three-Year Peak; Dollar, US Yield Head South

Japan's Nikkei average rose 0.7% to almost its best level in 30 years while MSCI's broadest gauge of Asian Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%.

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Outrage Among Some Ant Investors That Regulatory Risks Weren't Flagged Better

China's suspension of the world's biggest float came at the eleventh hour after authorities published a consultation paper on Monday that recommended tighter rules for online micro-lending companies - which if implemented will require changes to Ant's business model and hit its growth prospects.

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Investors Welcome US Election Gridlock, Retreat From 'Blue Wave' Bets

Asian stocks firmed on Thursday, while trading in U.S. stock futures was more subdued as it resumed on Wednesday night, with S&P 500 futures moving modestly higher, and Nasdaq 100 futures outperforming.

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Asia Shares Near Three-Year High, Bonds Hold Gains On US Gridlock Bets

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climbed 1.3% to reach its highest since February, 2018. Japan's Nikkei rose 1.1% to a nine-month top and South Korea put on 1.5%.

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Investors Line Up For Ant Group's Record $34.4 Billion IPO

Ant's looming market debut had been clouded by concerns over growing regulatory scrutiny at home for its lucrative consumer credit business as well as a U.S. State Department proposal to add the company to a trade blacklist.

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Gold Hits Over One-Week Low As Dollar Gains Ground

Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,898.28 per ounce by 0347 GMT, after hitting $1,890.19, its lowest since Oct. 15.

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Auto Startups Chasing Tesla Race Past Red Flags To Go Public

Fisker Inc boasts an "asset light" business model that is heavily dependent on using partners both for a vehicle platform and a manufacturing plant - neither of which were locked in before it announced its SPAC deal in July.

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Data Center To Double By 2023 To About 20 Mn Sq Feet: Colliers Insights

The thrust on Data Centers is led by increasing digitization, and growing adoption of cloud and IoT devices says the report by Colliers

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Global Markets: Asian Stocks Gain On US Stimulus Hope, Yuan Surges

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.56%. Australian stocks edged up by 0.1%, while shares in China rose 0.07%. Tokyo shares gained 0.4%.

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Nine Investing Lessons That Navratri’s Nine Colours Teach Us

Navratri you not only get to celebrate with your loved ones across the nine days but also to reflect on your investment strategies and become a better investor!

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South Korea's SK Hynix To Buy Intel's NAND Business For $9 Billion

SK Hynix shares jumped immediately after the news before valuation concerns saw them reverse gear to fall 2%, while the wider market was down 0.7%. Samsung Electronics gained 1%.

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Gold Faces First Weekly Decline In Three As Stimulus Hopes Fade

Spot gold was up 0.1% at $1,909.53 per ounce by 0920 GMT but down more than 1% so far this week. U.S. gold futures edged 0.1% lower to $1,907.50.

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Investors Throw Money At Everything, Dump Cash - BofA

Investors have pulled $237 billion from money market funds, the U.S. investment bank said, highlighting a still-high $4.4 trillion held in cash.

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China's Economic Recovery Seen Broadening In Third-Quarter As Consumers Re-Emerge

China releases third-quarter GDP data on Monday (0200 GMT), along with September factory output, retail sales and fixed-asset investment.

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Walt Disney Restructures Entertainment Businesses To Boost Streaming

Disney said its creative teams would develop and produce programming for streaming and traditional platforms, and the distribution group would decide where customers would see it.

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