Japan’s Nikkei sags as automakers slip on softer U.S. sales

TOKYO, May 2 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average dipped on Wednesday, weighed by weaker automakers, although the dollar’s rise to three-month highs versus the yen and positive sentiment toward tech stocks helped curb some of the losses. The Nikkei …
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