Nikkei’s rebound runs into resistance at 25-day average, start-ups fall

TOKYO, June 5 (Reuters) – A recovery in Japanese shares ran out of steam on Tuesday as the Nikkei average faced stiff resistance at its 25-day average, but sentiment was underpinned by stellar U.S. jobs data last week and a weakening yen. The Nikkei share …
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