Dollar closed at 64.2100 against its opening at 63.8700.
Australian government fractures as deputy PM calls Turnbull 'inept'.
Japan government reappoints Kuroda as BOJ chief, picks reflationist academic as deputy.
Mexico foreign minister heads to Caribbean to win over Venezuelan allies.
Nirav Modi, India's jeweller to Hollywood stars, accused of massive bank fraud.
Punjab National Bank shares slide for third day.
Sensex provisionally ends 287 points lower at 34,011 points with 25 components in red.
South Korea's 'Iron Man' wins first Asian sliding gold.
Dollar slips to three-year low, yen shrugs off Kuroda's BOJ reappointment.
Asian shares extend recovery into fifth day, dollar weak.
No 'bloody nose' plan for North Korea - U.S. official, senators.
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Asian stocks were near a decade high on Thursday, riding the bull run in global equity markets, while the dollar sagged after the Federal Reserve showed a guarded view towards inflation.
Gold prices rose to their highest in two weeks on Thursday amid a muted dollar, after minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve’s September policy meeting revealed low inflation concerns.
China’s commerce ministry said on Thursday that the European Union’s new trade rules against Chinese imports lacked awareness of World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, urging the EU to abide by the requirements.
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