Japanese stocks eke out gains in holiday-thinned trade

TOKYO, April 17 Japanese stocks eked out small gains in thin and choppy trade on Monday, with retail investors hunting for small-to-mid cap stocks in the absence of foreign investors due to the Easter holiday. The Nikkei 225 share average opened lower and …
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