Tokyo Shares Open Greater, Extending US Beneficial properties as Uncertainty Looms on Presidential Polls in America

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Tokyo shares opened larger on Thursday, monitoring US positive aspects, with merchants shrugging off uncertainty over the still-unresolved US presidential election and embracing the chance of divided management of the US Congress.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 0.69 p.c or 163.79 factors at 23,859.02 in early commerce, whereas the broader Topix index superior 0.23 p.c or 3.70 factors to 1,630.95.