* Asian stock markets: tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4
* Nikkei over 1 pct slips, China specializing in the red
* Sterling on behalf of another Brexit vote
* Dow weighed by second day of losses for Boeing
By Wayne Cole
SYDNEY, March 13 (Reuters) on the Brexit. T
MSCI 's broadest index of Asia – Pacific trade outside Japan.
Japan 's Nikkei width of the 1.2% data. T
Shanghai blue chips slipped 0.5 percent after two days of gains. E-Mini futures for the S&P 500.s.
Risk appetites had soured after British lawmakers cried. T
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Parliament will vote later Wednesday on whether to leave the EU, or deal with, and IF that fails, to pull the vote on Thursday will decide whether to extend the deadline Brexit.
“The best of the government,” said David de Garis, director of economics and market at National Australia Bank.
“Assuming the Thursday vote is a majority in favor of sterling,” he added. “It´s still a fast moving environment.”
A pound couple of sessions. It was last for $ 1.3089, having been as high as $ 1.3296 and out of $ 1.3017 so far this week.
U. INFLATION SLOWS
7s MAX 8 planes following Sunday 's crash in Ethiopia, the second fatal crash in months.
Down 0.38 percent, even from the S&P 500 0.40 percent and the Nasdaq added 0.44 percent.
A soft U.S. burnished while tarnishing bonds the dollar. At 1.5 percent.
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Yields on U.S. 10-year notes duly to a 10-week low at 2.596 percent, while the dollar is paid to 97.000 against his basket ofcra.
The dollars drifted off to 111.28, while the euro is timed at $ 1.1287.
$ 1,305.09 per ounce.
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U. crude firmed 30 cents to $ 57.17 to barrel, while Brent crude futures added 21 cents to $ 66.88.
Reporting by Wayne Cole
Editing by Darren Schuettler