Japan's Nikkei hits near 3-week high on French vote relief, Sony climbs

TOKYO, April 24 Japan’s Nikkei share average rose to a near three-week high on Monday with broader investor risk sentiment improving after centrist Emmanuel Macron took a step towards the French presidency after the weekend’s voting. The Nikkei was boosted …
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