Nikkei flirts with 9-month highs as yen weakens

TOKYO Nov 14 Japan’s Nikkei rose on Monday as a sagging yen bolstered exporter shares while expectations that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s policies will stoke inflation and upbeat economic data at home underpinned financials and the market’s outlook.
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