Tokyo shares flat, Nintendo rallies on Switch hopes

TOKYO: Tokyo shares ended little changed Wednesday after hitting a more than two-year high, but Nintendo surged on hopes for strong sales of its Switch games console. The Super Mario maker jumped 4.73 percent to 42,890 yen, adding to a more than seven …
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