Tokyo stocks close higher, SoftBank jumps on listing hopes

Tokyo stocks closed higher on Monday, supported by record closes on Wall Street, while SoftBank jumped more than three percent after it said it was considering listing its mobile unit. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 0.26 percent, or 61.06 points, to …
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