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UPDATE 1-Japan Display CEO hints at strong Apple orders ahead of new iPhone launch

*Japan Display's biggest client says "give us more"- CEO. TOKYO, Sept 3- Japan Display Inc Chief Executive Mitsuru Homma on Thursday said the screen maker's "biggest client", widely understood to refer to Apple Inc, is increasing orders ahead of the expected launch of a new iPhone this month. iPhone activations in China had accelerated over the past few weeks and the App...
Source: Reuters | By: Ritsuko Ando and Reiji Murai
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares stage patchy recovery but volatility seen staying high

*Respite may be brief as China on a holiday break. TOKYO, Sept 3- Asian shares struggled to recover on Thursday with volatility remaining high, while emerging economy and commodity-linked currencies softened as investors worried about the global repercussions of slower growth in China. Many Asian bourses also advanced but weakness in Australia and falls in...
Source: Reuters | By: Hideyuki Sano
Asian stocks rise amid China holiday, get Wall Street perk

Asian stocks rose Thursday after Wall Street rebounded from a sharp sell-off and as a holiday in China gave investors a break from its torrid markets. Markets were closed in China, which has suffered a dramatic slide since June, and Hong Kong. "Without China to provide guidance, improved sentiments from the Street would provide trading clues for Asian investors."
Source: The Associated Press | By: By The Associated Press
JGB benchmark yield hits 3-week high as Tokyo stocks rally

TOKYO, Sept 3- Japanese government bond yields hit a three-week high on Thursday as Tokyo stocks rallied and reduced the appeal of safe-haven debt, while overnight losses by U.S. The benchmark 10- year JGB yield touched 0.405 percent, highest since Aug. 11. Japan's Nikkei rose for the first time in four days as gains on Wall Street boosted sentiment and bargain...
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares stage patchy recovery but volatility remains high

*Respite may be brief as China on a holiday break. TOKYO, Sept 3- Asian shares struggled to recover on Thursday with volatility remaining high, while emerging economy and commodity-linked currencies softened as investors worried about the global repercussions of slower growth in China. Japan's Nikkei rose for the first time in four days, gaining 1.4 percent,...
Source: Reuters | By: Hideyuki Sano
Nikkei rises as bargain hunters enjoy temporary respite amid China break

TOKYO, Sept 3- Japan's Nikkei share average rose for the first time in four days on Thursday as gains on Wall Street boosted sentiment and bargain hunters flocked to recently battered stocks. Traders said global markets were getting some respite from worries about China, as markets there are closed on Thursday and Friday for ceremonies to mark the end of World...
Source: Reuters | By: Ayai Tomisawa
Asian stocks turn mixed, with Sydney down nearly 1%

Australian stocks turned negative early Thursday, diverging from the gains among regional peers.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
Asian shares mostly recover with China markets closed

Asian stocks mostly recovered on Thursday as investors took heart in a positive finish on Wall Street overnight.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
GRAINS-Wheat extends losses, touches contract low

*Chicago Board Of Trade December wheat fell to $4.76-1/ 2 a bushel, matching a contract low touched on Monday and Wednesday, and was trading down 0.4 percent at $4.77-1/ 4 a bushel 0047 GMT. Wheat closed down 1.5 percent on Wednesday. *Wheat under pressure amid abundant supplies and dim U.S. export prospects.
Source: Reuters
NYMEX-U.S. crude slips below $46 on unexpected build in crude stocks

SINGAPORE, Sept 3- U.S. crude futures dipped below $46 a barrel in early Asian trade on Thursday after a rise in U.S. crude stocks and a stronger dollar weighed on prices, although a rebound on Wall Street put a floor under prices. Public holidays in China and Hong Kong on Thursday are likely to keep markets subdued. *U.S. crude for October delivery fell 30 cents to $45.95...
Source: Reuters