* Euro ticks up on report of China aid offer, off record low vs Swiss franc * Asian stocks little changed after Wall St. rise; Nikkei edges up to fresh 7-month high * Crude near $90 on inventory drop, cold weather demand By Tomasz Janowski SINGAPORE, Dec 22 (Reuters) - The euro won some reprieve from a report of China's offer to help Europe contain the debt crisis that has kept the single currency on the defensive and drove it to record lows against the Swiss franc in early Wednesday ...
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