Asian Stocks Slide After Yen Caps Biggest Gain Since 2008 Crisis

  • Yen gains past 107 per dollar as Tokyo equity market reopens
  • China PMI stabilization reduces need for more stimulus

Asian stocks fell after the yen rose beyond 107 a dollar, weighing on the earnings outlook for Japanese exporters, while Chinese data suggested there may be less need to loosen monetary policy.

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