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Donald Trump urged Americans to "rise above the noise" of the caustic 2016 race and elect him president, as he insisted he is winning against Hillary Clinton despite polls that show the opposite. "You've got to get out and vote," Trump told an enthusiastic crowd in Tampa, Florida, as early voting kicked off in the state barely two weeks before Election Day November 8. "Our system is rigged," he said, as he berated Clinton for using a private email server and highlighted revelations in Monday's Wall Street Journal that the organization of a Clinton ally paid nearly $500,000 to the political campaign of the wife of an FBI official who later helped oversee the investigation against her.
Japan's Kyushu Railway skyrocketed 20 percent as the former state-owned firm made its Tokyo trading debut on Tuesday, after one of this year's biggest initial public offerings. The sale is the world's third biggest this year after Postal Savings Bank of China's $7.4 billion listing September and an offering this month from German renewable energy firm Innogy, worth about 5.0 billion euros ($5.4 billion). Japan's government sold about 160 million shares in the struggling regional railway, better known as JR Kyushu, which was born out of the 1987 breakup of Japanese National Railways.