Nikkei rises as U.S.-China trade tensions put “on hold”

TOKYO, May 21 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average rose on Monday morning as exporters were boosted by a rise in the dollar rise against the yen. The dollar’s rise followed news of an easing in U.S.-China trade tensions, offsetting weakness in …
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