Dollar loses altitude, Asia shares at 11-week top
[Reuters] - The U.S. dollar nursed widespread losses on Thursday after President-elect Donald Trump's long-awaited news briefing provided scant clarity on future fiscal policies, disappointing bulls wagering on major stimulus. It was enough to help MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan climb 0.8 percent to its highest since late October. Going the other way, Japan's Nikkei (.N225) slipped 0.9 percent as the yen climbed on a retreating dollar.
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