Nikkei rises but gains limited before U.S.: North Korea summit

Japanese stocks rose on Monday but gains were limited as investors focused on the U.S.-North Korea summit, while Tokyo Electric soared as the outcome of a local election was seen to be positive for one of the utility’s nuclear power plants. The Nikkei …
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