Global stock markets fell Monday as investors started tallying up the costs of last week’s earthquake in Japan, the world’s third-largest economy.
The Nikkei 225 dropped 6.2 percent to 9,620.49 in Tokyo, where traffic in stores was light and rolling blackouts hurt commerce. The region’s retail stocks took a beating with Takashimaya slumping 10.9 percent as Isetan Mitsukoshi shed 9.5 percent, Fast Retailing dropped 6.7 percent and Shiseido lost 5.3 percent. Textiles firm Onward Holdings’ stock declined 10.4 percent.
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