Nikkei tumbles as safe-haven yen surges on Trump healthcare defeat

TOKYO, March 27 Japan’s Nikkei share average skidded 1.4 percent on Monday, wallowing at a six-week low and deepening last week’s 1.3 percent loss, on pressure from a resurgent yen. The dollar fell to its weakest level since November against the safe-haven …
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