Nikkei rises after yen weakens, but North Korea’s missile launch limits gains

TOKYO, July 4 Japan’s Nikkei share average rose on Tuesday as upbeat U.S. data lifted the dollar against the yen, but geopolitical concerns soured sentiment after North Korea launched a missile. North Korea launched the ballistic missile from its western …
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