Japanese stocks approach 2-yr high, euro sags after Draghi’s comments

Japan’s benchmark Nikkei advanced 0.4 per cent to 20,235.79. A rise above 20,318.11, a peak scaled a week ago, would take the Nikkei to its highest since August 2015. A weaker yen, a boon to export-reliant Japan, usually underpins the Tokyo market as the …
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