Tokyo stocks open lower on North Korea jitters

Tokyo: Tokyo stocks opened lower on Monday, extending four days of losses as growing tensions on the Korean peninsula stoked demand for the safe-haven yen. US Vice President Mike Pence arrived at the gateway to the Demilitarised Zone dividing the two …
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