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Asian stocks fell, with the benchmark index headed for the first loss in three days, as Chinese exports grew at a slower pace than economists forecast, overshadowing a rebound in Japan’s machinery orders and better- than-expected U.S. jobs data.
Nikkei 225 9,889.86 -39.88 -0.40%
Hang Seng 21,134.18 +48.18 +0.23%
S&P/ASX 200 4,196.69 -15.30 -0.36%
Shanghai Composite 2,434.86 -4.60 -0.19%
Li & Fung Ltd., a supplier to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that gets more than 95 percent of revenue from exports from China, fell 2 percent in Hong Kong.
Samsung Electronics Co., South Korea’s No. 1 consumer electronics exporter, slid 1.1 percent in Seoul after Apple Inc. claimed it violated a court order in a patent-infringement case.
Railway-related shares plunged in Hong Kong after a report a high-speed railway in China collapsed.
Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., a maker of bulldozers and cranes, rose 1.2 percent in Tokyo.
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