Nikkei flat as Manchester blast sours mood; airlines, exporters down

TOKYO, May 23 Japanese stocks were flat on Tuesday morning as a risk-averse mood kept investors sidelined following an explosion in the English city of Manchester, which lifted the safe-haven yen and depressed some export-oriented shares. The Nikkei share …
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