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STOCKS: Asia's major indices traded in mixed fashion on Wednesday, with little
in the way of fresh catalysts apparent.
- The Nikkei 225 finished the morning session 0.2% worse off, as the health care
sector led the way lower, while telecoms & energy names outperformed.
- China-related stocks outperformed as the Hang Seng added 0.8% while the
mainland CSI 300 added 0.5% after PBoC Gov. Yi revealed that the HK-Shanghai
stock quota will be increased from the start of May.
- Australia's ASX 200 shed 0.3% as the heavyweight mining, industrial and
financial sectors lagged.
- US index futures gave back some of Tuesday's gains, with the e-mini S&P 12
points lower and the mini Dow 70 points lower.
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