Tokyo stocks fall on North Korea missile launch

Tokyo stocks fell Monday morning as the yen jumped in response … Banks were also lower, with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial dropping 0.47 percent to 754.9 yen. Nintendo rose 2.80 percent to 24,375 yen after its launch of a new console last week.
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