Asian markets mostly higher on upbeat Japan trade data

TOKYO — Share prices were mostly higher in Asia on Monday, lifted by robust trade data from Japan that suggest a sustained recovery in demand in China and other major markets. Last week’s strong finish on Wall Street also helped lift regional benchmarks.
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