Nikkei drops on US election uncertainty but shipping stocks steam ahead

TOKYO Oct 31 Japan’s Nikkei fell on Monday as heightened uncertainty over the U.S. presidential election kept investors on edge, but shares of major shipping firms jumped after news that they will merge their container shipping businesses. Trading was …
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