SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian shares rose and the euro hovered around multi-month highs on Wednesday as signs of progress in resolving the U.S. "fiscal cliff" budget crisis boosted demand for riskier assets. Expectations of more aggressive monetary easing under Japan's new government also drove stocks higher, with the Bank of Japan (BOJ) starting a two day meeting on Wednesday. …
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