Nikkei edges to two-year high as dollar strengthens

Japan’s benchmark Nikkei was last up 0.3 percent at 20,213.62 in subdued trading. A rise above 20,318.11, a peak scaled a week ago, would take the Nikkei to its highest since August 2015. “The fundamental mood is not bad, but it’s hard for investors to …
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