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Markets and for help breaking down every -- happen there will go to business reporter Gloria Riviera in Beijing hi Gloria.
Good morning let's start with -- apparently there was such volatility last week the yen slid today after news from a key advisor.
Who said the Central Bank could still add more stimulus to the economy.
Experts say may marks an eight month decline for the Japanese currency and it might not be over yet.
But investors are eager to -- have battered stocks they did so in part on confidence and the government is determined to turn around the country's twenty year decline.
Look -- -- put up four point 9%.
Month six point 5% Mitsubishi up 14% and the Nikkei closed up at one point 2% to close at 141300.
And twelve here in China -- Hanks and also closed up one point 2% to close.
Also in China there's news today the US national security advisor met with president she's in pain.
To discuss topics in advance of the summit -- -- we'll have with President Obama.
In California on June 7 no doubt the world's two largest economies and how they can work together more efficiently better will be on the agenda will be looking to see how that.
News affects the markets here back to you that's.
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