TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks tumbled to two-month lows on Friday after Wall Street shares suffered yet another big slide in the face of rapidly-rising bond yields, with perceived havens such as the yen and Swiss franc in demand amid the turmoil.

Japan’s Nikkei sagged 3.3 percent, en route for a weekly loss of 8.9 percent.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dropped 2.3 percent to a two-month low.

The index, which had hit a record high on Jan. 29, was on track for its sixth straight day

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