The missiles may not be physically crashing into Japan, but their effect is hitting television stations square in the wallet. For the second time in only a matter of weeks North Korea...
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FILE PHOTO - Employees of a foreign exchange trading company work near monitors showing TV news on North Korea's nuclear test (R) and the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the Euro...
JOHANNESBURG, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Offshore investors sold South African stocks worth a net of 5.1 billion rand ($386 million) and bought bonds worth 7.3 billion rand last week, JSE...