Japanese Shares Fall on Low Volumes as Commodity Stocks DeclineBy and
Oil slumps on concern over possible increase in Iraqi exports
Investors waiting for Yellen’s Jackson Hole speech this week
Japanese shares fell for the first time in three days in thin trading as commodity producers declined following a slump in crude, while metal prices and the yen gained.
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