Nikkei rebounds as strong yen trend pauses; buying before stocks go ex-dividend

TOKYO, March 28 Japan’s Nikkei share average rebounded from more than a six-week low on Tuesday morning due to a pause in the yen’s strong trend, with most sectors rose to positive territory. With the end of the business year-end looming on March 31 for a …
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