Asian Stocks Drop as Kuroda’s Comments Weigh on Japanese SharesBy
Kuroda rejects helicopter money in a BBC interview in June
The Asia Pacific stock index pares a second weekly advance
Asian stocks retreated from an eight-month high as consumer-discretionary companies led losses and Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda’s opposition to so-called helicopter money dragged Tokyo equities lower.
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