Tokyo stocks up at break, N. Korea fears ease

Some financial shares were hit by profit-taking, with banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ falling 1.63 percent to 722.8 yen. The dollar fetched 112.68 yen against 112.65 yen in New York and 113.04 yen in Tokyo on Friday.
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