Nikkei tumbles to 2-wk lows as central banks signal cheap money era may end

TOKYO, June 30 Japan’s Nikkei share average stumbled to two-week lows on Friday on worries cheap funding from European central banks may be soon coming to an end. While 30 of the Topix’s 33 subsectors were in negative territory, tech names in particular …
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