Nikkei falls 1 pct, pressured by stronger yen and Wall St losses

TOKYO, June 6 Japan’s Nikkei share average slumped on Tuesday, surrendering the 20,000 level after losses on Wall Street and a stronger yen sapped sentiment. The Nikkei ended down 1 percent at 19,979.90, moving away from Friday’s high of 20,239.81 …
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