Japan’s Nikkei tops 22,750.70 to hit highest level since 1992

TOKYO, Nov 7 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei jumped to a level not seen since 1992 on Tuesday morning as foreign investors chased the market higher on hopes for strong earnings from Japan Inc. The Nikkei share average opened lower but later gained as much as …
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