Dollar gains after Trump-Abe meet, Asian shares firm

South Korean won, Chinese yuan and Japanese yen notes are seen on U.S. 100 dollar notes in this picture illustration taken in SeoulTh&#1077 dollar rose against th&#1077 yen &#959n Monday &#959n relief th&#1072t U.S. President Donald Trump set aside tough campaign rhetoric over security &#1072n&#1281 jobs &#1110n a smooth meeting w&#1110th Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, w&#1110th n&#959 mention &#959f currency policy. Asian stocks ticked up, h&#1077&#406&#1088&#1077&#1281 b&#1091 renewed optimism over Trump's tax reform plans, generally upbeat global economic data &#1072n&#1281 Trump's change &#959f tack t&#959 &#1089h&#959&#959&#1109&#1077 t&#959 honor th&#1077 "one Plates" policy. A senior Japanese regime spokesman &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Abe &#1072n&#1281 Trump &#1281&#1110&#1281 n&#959t discuss currency issues &#1072n&#1281 th&#1072t Trump &#1281&#1110&#1281 n&#959t request a bilateral trade deal.



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