Nikkei marks 21-year high as Wall Street hits another record close

Japan’s Nikkei share average scaled its loftiest peak in more than two decades on Thursday, hoisted by records on Wall Street and underpinned by media forecasts that the ruling party bloc was headed for a win in elections later this month. The Nikkei ended …
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