Asian stocks rose with the regional benchmark index for the second day, where investors are weighing on Federal Reserve decision on its monthly stimulus packs. Moreover, The MSCI Asia Pacific Index added 0.4 percent to 138.12 in Tokyo . BHP Billiton Ltd. gained 0.7% in Sydney , with a gauge of raw-materials shares leading the advance among 10 industry groups on the regional gauge, as copper rose for a seventh day yesterday. Wotif.com Holdings Ltd. slumped 29 percent after the Australian online travel company cut its profit forecast. Casio Computer Co. climbed 5.1% in Tokyo after Morgan Stanley advised buying the shares.
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