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LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Japan's blue-chip stocks clung to gains in early Friday trading, as a weaker yen boosted exporters to support a 0.3%gain for the Nikkei Stock Average to 15,381.02, even as the broader Topix slipped 0.1%. Strong U.S. retail-sales data released overnight helped push the dollar back above 103 yen, while the euro rose to a fresh post-crisis high around 142.30 yen. Some exporters pulled higher on the forex moves, with Olympus Corp. up 1.4%, Hitachi Construction Macheriny Co. adding 1.1%, Tokyo Electron Ltd. up 1.9%, and Mazda Motor Corp. ahead by 1%, even as most other auto makers traded lower. Among the retailers, Fast Retailing Co. rose 0.8%, possibly helped by the U.S. retail numbers, but FamilyMart Co. lost 0.1% as the Nikkei Asian Review said the firm would post a mild 1% gain in nine-month operating profit through November. Disappointing earnings from Tokyo Dome Corp. sent its shares down 2%, while Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. rose 2.4% following a Reuters report that it plans to launch a premium version of its Super Dry beer in Japan to take advantage of a growing market for upmarket brands.
Stronger retail sales can't buy Wall Street's love; A Lucky move by one of its CEOs hits shares of Restoration Hardware.
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Australia stocks seesawed in early Friday trade, with Sydney's S&P/ASX 200 shaking off a lower open to rise 0.2% to 5,072.10, paring a 0.8% drop in the previous session. Financials traded mostly higher in the wake of recent losses, with Commonwealth Bank of Australia adding 0.6%, National Australia Bank Ltd. up 0.5%, and Westpac Banking Corp. ahead by 0.3%. With the Australian dollar sitting around three-month lows, some names with large global exposure advanced, with Billabong International Ltd. up 1.1%, and BHP Billiton Ltd. and James Hardie Industries SE advancing 0.5% each. On the downside, a sharp drop in Comex gold futures spanked gold-miner shares, with Evolution Mining Ltd. down 6%, Newcrest Mining Ltd. off 1.2%, and Kingsgate Consolidated Ltd. losing 5.2%.
Restoration Hardware Holdings shares fall in the extended session after the high-end home furnishings retailer reports quarterly results and announces one of it’s co-chief executives is resigning.