Nikkei ends lower as stronger yen takes a toll, Takata shares plummet

TOKYO, June 22 Japan’s Nikkei share average erased early modest gains on Thursday and edged down, as a stronger yen took its toll on market sentiment. The Nikkei ended 0.1 percent lower at 20,110.51, extending Wednesday’s 0.5 percent decline and moving …
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