Dollar strength lifts Japan shares, crimps commodities

The strength of the U.S. currency pressured commodity prices and helped knock oil off an 18-month top, but gave Japan’s exporter-heavy stock market a fillip. The Nikkei <.n225> climbed 1.2 percent in early trade, recovering from two sessions of losses.
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