Asian stocks rose as U.S. lawmakers said theyâ€™re optimistic for an agreement to avoid automatic spending cuts and tax increases and as the leader of Japanâ€™s opposition party called for unlimited monetary policy easing.
Honda Motor Co., a carmaker that gets 44 percent of its sales in North America, gained 2 percent in Tokyo. Sky Network Television Ltd., New Zealandâ€™s largest pay-TV operator, jumped the most in more than a year in Wellington after announcing a special dividend. Starpharma Holdings Ltd. (SPL) tumbled 29 percent in Sydney after the biotechnology company said it wonâ€™t file an application for a new drug in the U.S. after a disappointing clinical trial.
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