Tokyo Stocks Open Higher as Investors Shrug off Syria Strikes

Tokyo stocks open up as investors shrug off Syria strikes (Photo: AFP). Tokyo: Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday with exporters rising on a cheaper yen and the apparently limited impact of US-led strikes on Syria. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 0 …
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