(Bloomberg) -- Japanese and South Korean stocks rose as trading resumed after a holiday while US equity futures edged lower ahead of inflation data due later Tuesday.
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South Korea’s benchmark Kospi index was on course to erase year-to-date losses as expectations for a regulatory push to boost the local stock market continue. Markets are closed in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Vietnam for Lunar New Year holidays.
The yen remained little changed Tuesday to trade around 149 per dollar, down from 140 at the start of the . . .
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