Asia Markets Mostly Higher; Japan Stocks Lack Direction

TOKYO—Asian equity markets were broadly higher Thursday, led by a rebound in Singapore’s banking and real-estate stocks, though Japan’s benchmark index struggled for direction. The Nikkei Stock Average was nearly unchanged in afternoon trade at 20626 …
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