By YURI KAGEYAMA, AP Business Author
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares retreated on Wednesday, echoing a broad decline on Wall Avenue and pushed by worries about how the war in Ukraine might thrust price ranges for oil and other commodities larger.
Tokyo’s benchmark rose just after Primary Minister Fumio Kishida announced actions to assistance inadequate family members and tiny firms as the country copes with growing selling prices and a weakening forex.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 dropped 1.9% in early morning trading to 26,200.26.
The Bank of Japan is keeping a two-working day coverage board conference. The central bank has