Tokyo stocks close higher as banks lead the charge

The dollar climbed to 115.12 yen Friday from 114.56 yen in New York and well up from the 113.66 yen seen earlier Thursday in Tokyo. Banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ’s stock jumped 1.46 percent to 752.9 yen and rival Mizuho Financial Group climbed 1.73 percent …
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