TOKYO Asian shares fell on Monday as Chinese stocks extended last week's sharp losses, while the yuan bounced in volatile trade hours ahead of an IMF decision on whether to promote it to a basket of global reserve currencies.
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TOKYO Japan's industrial output rose for a second straight month in October and retail sales grew much faster than expected - a tentative sign of the economy's recovery from a recession.
Crude prices moves were tepid in early Asian trade Monday as the market stayed put ahead of a raft of data and meetings this week, with traders watching if Saudi Arabia-led oil cartel would adjust its production policy to stabilize prices on Friday.
Chinese officials' widening investigation into what they deem suspicious or illegal trading activity is weighing on November's gains in the Shanghai Composite Index, after a steady rally since late August.