Tokyo shares struggle to maintain gains; falling oil prices drag on energy names

TOKYO, May 28 (Reuters) – Japanese shares ended little changed on Monday as a further slide in oil prices pulled down energy-related stocks, offsetting initial gains stemming from renewed hopes for a U.S.-North Korea summit next month. The benchmark Nikkei …
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