Wall Street Journal
Asian stocks mixed after Crimea vote; Nikkei at 1-month low
A negative handover from Wall Street also weighed on sentiment. U.S. stocks declined on Friday, with the Nasdaq posting its first weekly drop in six weeks, while the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), a measure of investor uncertainty, spiked nearly 9.3 percent.
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