Asia stocks inch up, dollar steadies as investors await Fed clues

TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks edged up early on Wednesday … back from a two-year high of $1.1712 hit on Tuesday on a stronger-than-expected German Ifo business survey. Expectations that the European Central Bank would begin phasing out its easy monetary …
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