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Continued: World stocks mixed as Asia rebounds, with US faltering on weak data and IMF growth warning

  • Article by: TOSTERLING , AP Business Writer
  • Last update: June 14, 2013 - 12:05 PM

"Either way, carefree days would be over," he said. "The market has realized it is difficult to write a happy ending to this story."

In currency markets, the euro declined to $1.3315 from $1.3345 late Thursday in New York. The dollar was down sharply against the yen, 1.2 percent weaker at 94.24 yen.

Benchmark oil for July delivery rose strongly, up 99 cents to $97.95, gaining on tension in the Mideast after U.S. President Barack Obama's decision to arm Syrian rebels.

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Associated Press Business Writer Joe McDonald contributed to this story from Beijing.

Toby Sterling is @lbsterling on Twitter.

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