Japanese Shares Post Best Week Since Mid-July After Yen WeakensBy and
Investors await U.S. jobs data for clues on rate direction
Yen ends week near one-month low, underpinning carmakers
Japanese shares posted the best week in one-and-a-half months as a weaker yen boosted exporters ahead of U.S. jobs data that is seen as key to whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates as soon as this month.
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