Nikkei pulls back from 3-month high as Asian markets dip

Japan’s Nikkei NIK, -0.18% closed down 0.2%, after hitting a 3½-month high in Monday trading. Miners, banks and insurance companies led the losses in Tokyo, with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. 8306, -0.24% and MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings …
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