Tokyo shares up at break on weak yen

Tokyo stocks jumped Monday morning as a weaker yen lifted exporters … Banks also extended gains, with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group up 1.20 percent at 615.2 yen. mis/pb/dan
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