Nikkei rises as weak yen helps exporters; hopes grow for Trump policies

TOKYO Nov 14 Jpanese shares rose on Monday as a weak yen bolstered exporter shares, with the Nikkei rising 1.7 percent to 17,672.62, the highest closing level since Feb 2. Expectations that the Trump Administration’s policies will stoke U.S. inflation …
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