The Australian dollar slid 1.5 percent against the yen to 80.36 yen.
The US Treasury listing was seen as making it harder for Japan to intervene in the currency market to stem the yen's gains.
A separate PMI issued Sunday by a Chinese industry group, the Federation of Logistics & Purchasing, also showed manufacturing was weak in April though it found activity expanded slightly.
The Taiwan dollar firmed T$0.07 to T$32.211 per US dollar.
China is followed by Turkey, Singapore, Thailand and India among the top-five countries from where most fake goods originate, as per a new study by the OECD.
The world oil market has been hammered over the past two years by weak demand, overproduction, a slowing global economy -- particularly China -- and a supply glut.
Japan's Nikkei stock index shed about 0.8 percent as the Yen pulled off its lows.
Hong Kong shares also fell on the back of Wall Street loss
China's proportion of global exports rose to 13.8 per cent last year from 12.3 per cent in 2014, data from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment shows, the highest share any country has enjoyed since the US in 1968.
Japan's sixth-biggest automaker said that it had manipulated test data to overstate the fuel economy of 625,000 cars, a situation the government called "extremely serious".
Factories for major manufacturers including Toyota, Sony and Honda were closed, causing supply chain disruptions around the country.
A warning by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries that the world remains oversupplied also dampened sentiment as key producer nations prepared to gather in Doha for Sunday's talks on freezing output.
Oil prices plunged to 12-year lows in the previous session after China allowed its yuan currency to slip
Chinese markets have lurched up and down as regulators gradually withdraw emergency measures imposed after the main stock index plunged in June following an explosive rise.
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A day after the US Fed raised rates, the Indian equities and currency markets responded well, allaying investor fears of a huge fund outflow.
The Fed's move to lift its key rate by a quarter-point to a range of 0.25 percent to 0.5 percent ends an extraordinary seven-year period of near-zero rates.
A timeline of the decline of China's main stock market index from its June 12 peak and government efforts to shore up prices.
Stocks from London to Paris to New York all bled, as global shares went into a tailspin yesterday, with European and US stocks tumbling as concerns over Chinese economy rattled investors worldwide.
The benchmark Sensex fell to a low of 27,131 on Friday before recovering to trade at 27,200 in the afternoon.
The yuan's value declined 1.9 percent on Tuesday, its biggest one-day drop in a decade, and dropped a further 1.6 percent on Wednesday.
The central bank said the yuan's 1.3 percent fall was due to a change aimed at making its exchange rate controls more market-oriented.
Although the Greek economy has emerged from a brutal six-year recession, the country remains burdened by its debts.
Sinha said the regulations would help address irregularities in the whole process.
The tensions might also 'have triggered a wait-and-see attitude among firms,' the officials wrote in a section of the report that focused on Germany.
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While the prices rose around Diwali, they dropped again following weakness in demand and profit booking along with the weak global sentiment.
A weaker euro not only boosts euro zone exports, it imports inflation, both of which the ECB wants to see.
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Members remain divided on how to get there with Germany pushing back at US calls for more government stimulus.
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Gold imports up 65% in June to $3.12 bn; exports jump 10.22%.
US authorities are examining whether BNP Paribas evaded US sanctions relating primarily to Sudan between 2002 and 2009.
Martoma, a father of three, even earned a $9.3 million bonus for himself due to his various trades for SAC.