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Japanese shares rebound sharply from losses yesterday in an otherwise fairly calm day for Asian...

Japanese shares rebound sharply from losses yesterday in an otherwise fairly calm day for Asian stocks, with the falling yen and strong March U.S. sales for Japanese car companies helping to boost sentiment in Tokyo. The rise in shares comes as the BOJ holds Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's first policy meeting. Chinese shares edge up ahead of a four-day weekend. Japan +2.5%, Hong Kong flat, China +0.2%, India -0.3%.
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