Tokyo opens lower after US stocks see first drop of 2018

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Thursday after Wall Street fell for the first time in 2018 the previous day, while a strong yen weighed on sentiment. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 0.58 percent or 137.89 points to 23,650.31 in early trade while the …
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