Korea And Japan Both Open Lower, As Oil Marches Right Back Towards $100

The day begins in Asia, and the mood is a continuation of the ugly session in the US.

Korea is off 0.4%. Japan’s Nikkei is off 0.5%.


Japanese yields, meanwhile, continue to compress. So much for that debt warning.

Meanwhile, oil futures — which hit $100 today — then pulled back, has marched right back, and is just shy at over $99.

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