Asia shares at highest in nearly a decade, dollar skids on Fed

The Aussie duly climbed 0.6 percent to reach $0.8050. The dollar even fell back against the yen to 111.03, though the damage was somewhat limited by expectations the Bank of Japan would keep its super-easy policies in place longer than most other global …
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