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US stocks declined on Wednesday after a six-session winning streak as gains in Boeing and Gilead were offset by slides in AT&T and the wider biotech sector. AT&T Inc fell 3.6 percent to $35 a day after the Dow component reported adjusted earnings that beat expectations by a penny, though that was offset by weak service revenue growth.

US stocks rose on Tuesday as a host of solid earnings reports, along with strength in the healthcare sector, helped lift the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to their sixth straight advance. Netflix Inc surged 7 percent to $372.90 a day after reporting strong subscriber growth, a sign the trading favourite still had room to grow despite recent valuation concerns. With the day's gain, the stock moved to the plus side for the year after a 21 percent drop in March.
Tokyo stocks ended 1.09 percent higher Wednesday, buoyed by another day of gains on Wall Street and as railway and hotels giant Seibu Holdings rose nearly 11 percent on its return to the Japanese market. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index closed 157.50 points higher to finish at 14,546.27, while the Topix index of all first-section issues rose 0.97 percent, or 11.31 points, to 1,173.81.
US expansion plans for Associated British Foods and expectations of consolidation in the drugs sector kept Britain's top share index near a two-week high on Wednesday. Clothing and food conglomerate AB Foods surged 8.8 percent, its best one-day percentage gain for 14 years, after saying its fast-growing clothing chain Primark is to set up in the United States, while posting higher interim profits.
European shares snapped a three-day winning streak on Wednesday, with tech stocks hit by disappointing results from Ericsson and chip designer ARM Holdings, raising doubts about the sector's earnings. Shares in telecoms equipment maker Ericsson slumped 6.1 percent, wiping the most points off the FTSEurofirst 300. The company missed its first-quarter sales and profit forecasts, blaming weak revenues from North America.
Indian shares hit record highs for a third session in a row as infrastructure companies such as Larsen & Toubro extended recent gains while lenders including Yes Bank advanced on hopes the worst was over in terms of asset quality deterioration. Sentiment was also supported as foreign investors remained net buyers for a third consecutive session on Tuesday, though of shares worth a modest $30.80 million, bringing their net total to $135.24 million since Thursday.
Sri Lankan shares fell on Wednesday after five days of gains as investors booked profits in large caps despite moderate foreign inflows into the island nation's risky assets. The main stock index fell 0.31 percent, or 19.06 points, to 6,172.77, slipping from its highest close since February 3 hit in the previous session. The day's loss erased around 8 billion rupees worth market capitalisation of the bourse.
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IndexClosingChg%
ArrowDJIA 16,501.65 0.08
ArrowNasdaq 4,126.97 0.83
ArrowS&P 1,875.39 0.22
ArrowFTSE 6,674.74 0.11
ArrowDAX 9,544.19 0.58
ArrowCAC-40 4,451.08 0.74
ArrowNikkei 14,546.27 1.09
ArrowH.Seng 22,509.64 0.97
ArrowSensex 22,876.54 0.52





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