Nikkei slips below 20,000, Aussie stocks also fall on weak oil prices

Underperformance has become the norm of late, with Japan’s Nikkei Stock Average stalling just below 20,000, a level it hasn’t reached since December 2015, and Australian equities hit by concerns about banks in the wake of a planned new tax on the …
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