Tokyo’s Stock Investors Add France’s Le Pen to List of Risks

(Bloomberg) — Just as stock investors in Tokyo were starting to factor in the outlook for global trade under U.S. President Donald Trump, comments from France’s far-right leader have pushed down Japanese shares. The Topix index declined, with exporters …
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