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Crossover: Are Asian markets nervous about US deadlock of debt talks?

07-25-2011 17:17 BJT

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To the stock markets now. Asian shares are down between half and one percent in early trade. The focus is squarely on Washington now after European leaders scraped together a second bailout for Greece last week. For more detailed analysis, let's cross over to Arnold Gay in Singapore. Hello Arnold.

Q1. Asian equity markets have opened the week lower, are they nervous about the lack of progress in U.S. debt talks, Arnold?

Q2. Big week for Asian earnings Arnold, we had Posco on Friday, who's going to be on the radar over the next five days?

Q3. Japan's Sapporo Holdings has been talking about building up its North American operations, is there a specific target in sight?

Editor:Li Wanran |Source: CNTV.CN

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