Tokyo’s Nikkei index posts longest-ever winning streak

Tokyo: Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 index on Monday posted the longest winning streak in its nearly 70-year history as markets cheered the weekend election victory of Japan’s pro-business prime minister. The benchmark index rose 1.11%, or 239.01 points …
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