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Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. (BS6.SI)

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Global inflation woes hurt Asian stocks & FX; Taiwan markets dip

    * Taiwan currency, equities drop most in Asia * U.S. dollar climbed 0.42% to 129.22 yen * Market closures in South Korea, Indonesia By Savyata Mishra June 1 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian equities traded mixed and currencies fell on Wednesday, hurt by a firm U.S. dollar and rising Treasury yields, with Taiwan underperforming on declining economic growth. The greenback rose to a two-week high versus the yen, lifted by higher Treasury yields as global inflation worries flared anew, after data showed euro-area consumer inflation soared to a record.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Growth woes, inflation hurt mood in Asia shares, currencies

    * Taiwan and Singapore dollar among top losers * Market closures in South Korea, Indonesia By Savyata Mishra June 1 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian stocks and currencies were broadly mixed on Wednesday, with sustained strength in the dollar, higher Treasury yields and inflation worries denting risk appetite. "The data will seem to translate into greater pressure for the ECB (European Central Bank) to tighten by a larger 50 basis-point hike in July's meeting," Yeap Jun Rong, market strategist at IG, said. The greenback rose 0.2%, pressuring currencies in Asia.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asia stocks gain on China stimulus hopes; Fed in focus

    * China reports a drop in daily COVID-19 cases * Markets brace for Fed meeting outcome By Riya Sharma March 16 (Reuters) - Emerging Asia's stocks and currencies rose on Wednesday, driven by hopes of more economic stimulus in China, with investors also focusing on Russian-Ukraine peace talks and the U.S. Federal Reserve. Equities in China surged more than 3% and the yuan inched up 0.4% in its best session in over two months, after Vice Premier Liu He indicated China plans to take measures to boost the economy and would also announce policies favourable to capital markets. Stocks in Thailand climbed nearly 1%, while those in Singapore and South Korea gained over 1%.