Monday, September 22, 2014   

Nikkei opens higher
(08-12 10:21)

Tokyo stocks opened 0.20 percent higher on Tuesday, tracking a gain in US markets, while a weak yen helped sustain exports-oriented shares.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 29.98 points to 15,160.50 at the start.
US stocks Monday finished higher, gaining force from a more optimistic perception of conflicts in Ukraine and Iraq. --AFP   
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Alibaba sets IPO share price at US$68 (09-19 15:39)
London stocks surge after Scotland rejects independence (09-19 15:38)
Japan downgrades economic assessment as PM promises reform (09-19 14:03)
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