Tokyo stocks open higher on weak yen, Trump 'hope'

Tokyo stocks opened higher Monday, extending last week’s gains as a weaker yen lifted exporters with sentiment buoyed on optimism for US President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. The real-estate mogul-cum-reality TV star’s shock win of the US …
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