Tokyo stocks open higher on weak yen, upbeat US data

Tokyo stocks opened higher on Wednesday as exporters rose on a weaker yen and as energy stocks followed oil prices upward, with investors cheered by encouraging US economic data. “We’re in for another bull market today, particularly with the yen trading …
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