Tokyo’s Nikkei index closes at 21-year high

Tokyo’s benchmark stock index closed at a more than two-decade high today, as the Japanese market sees a global equities rally with its US counterparts hitting fresh records. The Nikkei 225 rose 0.28%, or 57.76 points, to end at 20,881.27, its best finish …
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