|Day Low/High||55.05 / 55.40|
|52 Wk Low/High||41.28 / 56.63|
Shares of gold miners stood out in the broad selling on the continent's exchanges.
The Hang Seng jumps 668 points, or 2.9%, to 24,124, while the Nikkei falls 95 points, or 0.7%, to 13,497.
Gold futures' debut in Shanghai spur the metal and the region's stocks higher.
A rough week ends on a down note for most of the region's exchanges.
Anticipation of the BLS report led to profit-taking in the afternoon sessions.
Although the stock has had a big run, Cramer said it's not time to sell it.
Comments from the Chinese premier prompt a 5% shellacking in Hong Kong and a 2.5% fall on the mainland.
Regional indices suffered their worst collective decline since September.
Chinese regulators said they might allow share swaps, spurring Hong Kong as mainland stocks slide.
The inflated multiples and risks look an awful lot like the dot-com boom of 2000 before the bust.
Asian markets stumble as Baidu's swoon creates worries of a broader correction.
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