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Asian shares advance on back of Wall Street gains

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

By ELAINE KURTENBACH
BANGKOK - Shares rose in Asia on Friday after an advance on Wall Street led by the latest rally in technology companies.
Chinese benchmarks rose on reports the government is planning new measures to support the ailing property sector, which has dragged on growth over the past several years.
The relaxation of some of the country's “zero-COVID” rules is also boosting hopes for the economy will gain momentum, though experts say it will take months for tourism and other business to recover from the disruptions of the pandemic.
“Asian stocks are a bit higher, but full-out...
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