Asian shares fall on dim trade outlook; dollar near 13-month peak


SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Asian stock markets fell on Friday despite signs of greater government support for firms in China, with global trade tensions clouding the outlook for demand.

Passersby using umbrellas struggle against a heavy rain and wind in front of an electronic stock quotation board as Typhoon Shanshan approaches Japan’s mainland in Tokyo, Japan August 8, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

The U.S. dollar was near its highest levels in 13 months, while concerns over disputes with Washington pushed the Turkish lira to record lows and piled pressure on the Russian rouble.

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