Japanese stocks stretch rally, oil up as markets soak up NAFTA deal

TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks were steady on Tuesday as Japanese equities rose to a fresh 27-year high while crude oil prices were elevated in the afterglow of an agreement that salvaged a North …
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