* Asian shares subdued after soft Wall St, Nikkei off again
* Euro holds it ground before ECB, eyes on inflation
* Strong U.S. jobs numbers heighten Fed angst ahead of
By Wayne Cole
SYDNEY, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Asian markets were mostly under
water on Thursday as never-ending speculation about the fate of
U.S. stimulus lifted bond yields globally, while Japanese shares
struggled to find their footing after a spill.
Moves were modest ahead of central bank meetings in the
European Union and UK, and the latest read on U.S. economic
growth, not to mention the payrolls numbers on Friday.
After suffering its biggest one-day fall in six weeks on
Wednesday, the Nikkei was down another 0.4 percent,
retreating further from this week's six-year closing high.
"Starting from two days back, people are starting to get
quite nervous about the market," a Tokyo-based senior trader at
a European bank said.