HONG KONG (Reuters) – Most Asian stock markets edged higher about Thursday about hopes of the steady financial revival inside China, though oil gave back element of the past session's sturdy gains because investors took several income off the table plus braced for more U.S. budget battles. The MSCI Asia Pacific ex-Japan index of stocks rose 0.2 % following Wednesday's 2 % jump about relief which U.S. politicians had avoided the "fiscal cliff". …
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