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So who were the winners after tumultuous week?

Philippine's Bloomberry Resorts, Indian pharmaceuticals shine in troubled market

People walk past an electronic board showing Japanese stocks in Tokyo on Feb. 6. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

TOKYO -- Darkness often makes the stars stand out more. As the shades of black market sentiment fell this week, there were some stocks which shone.

On Friday the stock market ended the week with another massive decline. Growing inflation expectations in the U.S. continued to push up the long-term lending rate, raising concerns among investors that the U.S. Federal Reserve may increase the policy rate more rapidly than previously expected. Money kept fleeing from risk assets, including stocks.

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