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Asian stock markets inched higher Monday as investors prepared for a busy week of economic news that will give new clues about the strength of the global recovery. Investor sentiment was dented last week by weak data from China and the U.S., the world’s two biggest economies. Trading this week is likely to turn on data from China and the U.S. and a European Central Bank meeting. Last week, Asian stock markets were buffeted by weak U.S. consumer spending and sluggish growth in Chinese industrial profits.

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