Tokyo stocks fall further on stronger yen

Stocks extended their losses on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Monday, battered by the yen’s strengthening against the dollar on the back of concerns over increasing trade friction between the United States and other economies. The 225-issue Nikkei average …
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