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next outlet stores online next outlet stores online ?Asia shares mostly up as US stocks dip

Asian shares were mostly stronger on Friday as Japanese stocks hit a fresh multiyear high after Wall Street dipped on weakerthanexpected economic data.

The dollar gained slightly in Asia as investors cautiously adjusted their positions following its recent surge, with brokers saying plenty of players, including importers, were willing to buy on dips.

Tokyo gained 0.67 per cent or 100.88 points to 15,138.12, Sydney rose 0.29 per cent or 15.14 points to 5,180.8, while Shanghai jumped 1.38 per cent, or 31.06 points, to 2,282.87.

Hong Kong and Seoul markets were closed for public holidays.

In the week to May 17, Tokyos benchmark Nikkei 225 index surged 3.63 per cent, or 530.58 points, to finish at 15,138.12, the best close in more than five years.

Japanese shares are likely to gain further next week on robust investor appetite as confidence grows in the governments ability to deliver economic growth, analysts say.

The market is literally bullish in a virtuous cycle, which tends to make players regard trading factors only from the positive aspect, said Takero Inaizumi, strategist at Mizuho Securities.

Profittaking can emerge from time to time but that can be easily erased by those who are eager to buy on dips, he said.

Local media reported that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would on Friday unveil the next stage of his economic measures, dubbed Abenomics, intending to turn around years of deflation in the worlds thirdlargest economy.

Meanwhile US investors took a pause on Thursday from a recent winning streak, selling off after a disappointing earnings report from Walmart and some middling economic data.

The Dow next outlet stores online Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.28 per cent to 15,233.22, while the broadbased SP 500 fell 0.50 per cent to 1,650.47.

Investors were also unimpressed by a rise in initial jobless claims by 32,000 to 360,000. New building permits soared in April, but housing starts plummeted.

Most of the data point more on the disappointing side of the ledger and may give markets a reason to sell off, said Andrew Fitzpatrick, director of investment at Hinsdale Associates, a money management firm.

Theres also been a lot of positive momentum here recently and I think the markets taking a little bit of a breather, he said.

The dollar was slightly up at 102.28 yen in afternoon Asian trade, against 102.22 yen in New York late on Thursday. The euro bought US$1.2864 and 131.57 y next outlet stores online en against US$1.2886 and 131.72 yen in US trade.

Oil was down in Asian trade, with New Yorks main contract, light sweet crude for delivery in June dropping 25 cents to US$94.91 a barrel and Brent North Sea crude for July delivery shedding 27 cents to next outlet stores online US$103.51. next outlet stores online