Tokyo stocks gain, shrugging off falls on Wall Street

Tokyo stocks closed higher Friday, shrugging off declines on Wall Street, with sentiment buoyed by hopes for Japanese corporate reports as the earnings season approaches. The Nikkei 225 index gained 0.19 percent, or 44.69 points, to 23,808.06, leaving it …
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