Tokyo stocks close up on weak yen

Tokyo stocks closed higher Thursday with exporters buoyed by a sharp drop in the yen and following a record close on Wall Street. Returning from a public holiday, Tokyo traders picked up a positive lead from New York where the Dow and S&P 500 finished at …
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