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    Asian stocks fall with the approach of entering Japan and Australia contributed to th

    Asian stocks fell during the trading day Monday, with the approach of each entry of Japanese equities and equity Australian to enter into a bear market phase so as to follow the stock market in China in light of continuing concerns about the strength of growth in the global economy with a continued decline in crude oil prices.
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    The MSCI Asia Pacific Index saw a decline of 1% to level 118.94 points to extend the annual decline to a level of 9.9 percent, with continued decline in crude oil prices after Iran announced its intention to expand in oil exports after the cancellation of economic sanctions.
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    Japanese stocks fell during the day to witness the broader Topix index in Japan reduced by ...% discount to witness ... up to a point and level ..., As for the main Nikkei 225 Japanese shares fell by ...% to lose .. . point and up to the level ....
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    While the Hang Seng Index saw Hong Kong shares drop 0.86% discount to witness 168.43 points, up to the level of 19352.34 as the Kospi index fell for shares of South Korea by 0.34% to lose 6.37 points up to 1872.5 level.
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    As for the NZX 50 index for New Zealand shares fell 1.47% that lost 90.54 points, up to the level of 6078.55 on the other hand S & P / ASX 200 index of Australia shares fell 0.85%, losing 41.5 points and level up to 4851.30.
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    Chinese stock indices witnessed a rise during the day, where's CSI 300 saw a rise of 0.54% to 16.92 points and win up to level 3135.65 as Shanghai index rose 0.37% to 10.86 points and win up to level 2911.83.

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    jab tak usd dollar ka index neechay ki teraf nahain giray ga yeh marketus wakt tak isi tera say neechay ki teraaaf rahain gi and specially yeh assian market ki to econi=moy kaafi down rehti hia jis ki waj say yeh neechay ki taerf jaba ka khtar rehta hai.

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    it is important news for all trader fall with the approach of entering Japan and Australia contributed to th
    Asian stocks fell during the trading day Monday, with the approach of each entry of Japanese equities and equity Australian to enter into a bear market phase so as to follow the stock market in China in light of continuing concerns about the strength of growth in the global economy with a continued decline in crude oil prices.
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    The MSCI Asia Pacific Index saw a decline of 1% to level 118.94 points to extend the annual decline to a level of 9.9 percent, with continued decline in crude oil prices after Iran announced its

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