Japan’s Nikkei steady; strong yen caps, but index stays near 22-mth high

TOKYO, June 5 Japan’s Nikkei share average barely moved on Monday, capped by a stronger yen but retaining enough momentum to stay close to a 22-month high scaled the previous session. At 0150 GMT, the Nikkei was up 0.1 percent at 20,197.80. after slipping …
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