Nikkei dragged to 3-month low by weaker Wall St, stronger yen

TOKYO, Aug 18 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average skidded to three-month lows on Friday, pressured by losses on Wall Street and a weaker dollar as doubts grow over whether President Donald Trump will be able to push through policies to boost U.S …
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