Tokyo: Shares open higher on weak yen

[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks opened higher on Thursday with investor sentiment boosted by the yen’s drop to seven-month lows against the US dollar. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 0.99 per cent, or 179.95 points, to 18,342.89 in the first few minutes of …
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