Tokyo stocks inch higher on bargain-hunting

Tokyo stocks edged up at the close Tuesday as bargain-hunting purchases wiped out earlier losses caused by worries over US-China trade frictions. After a session spent mainly in the red, the benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 0.02 percent or 3.85 points to …
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