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Asia stocks rise on bets of more stimulus as dollar rally fades

Reuters Friday, 27 March 2020 ()
Asian stocks rose on Friday as investors wagered policymakers will roll out additional stimulus measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic after U.S. unemployment filings surged to a record.
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