Tokyo stocks open lower as US election jitters boost yen

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Friday as investor jitters over the US election boosted the yen, sparking a sell-off in exporter shares. The latest polls for Tuesday’s US presidential election show Democrat Hillary Clinton clinging to a narrow lead over …
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