Nikkei edges up on solid business sentiment; Tokyo poll dampens sentiment

Tokyo shares posted modest gains on Monday, buoyed by an upbeat business sentiment survey and a stable dollar-yen exchange rate, but defeat for Japan’s ruling party in a Tokyo poll checked investor risk appetite and capped the upside. In a closely-watched …
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