Asian Stocks Retreat Amid U.S. Rate Hike Bets, Japan GDP DataBy
Taiwan shares gain before new president takes charge Friday
Topix closes higher amid swings as Japan’s GDP tops estimates
Asian stocks fell for the first time this week as U.S. reports bolstered the case for higher interest rates. Japanese shares closed higher after fluctuating as investors assessed the need for future stimulus after economic growth topped estimates.
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