Asian Stocks Drop to Two-Month Low as Health-Care Shares DeclineBy
Energy producers get some respite as crude rebounds from slump
China data show 45th monthly decline in producer prices
Asian stocks fell to the lowest level in two months, led by declines among health-care and consumer companies, with Japanese equities bearing the brunt of losses. A slump in energy shares stabilized as crude prices rebounded.
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