Japan Shares End Higher Amid BOJ’s Bond Buying Plan; Banks Drop

Shares in Tokyo rose for a sixth day after the Bank of Japan’s decision to buy bonds maturing between one to five years lifted sentiment by sending the yen lower. The Topix index rose, erasing an earlier loss of as much as 0.6 percent, with exporters of …
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