Nikkei edges up, helped by hopes for c.bank purchases of ETFs

TOKYO: Japan’s Nikkei share average erased early losses and scraped out gains on Monday as expectations that the Bank of Japan would buy more exchange-traded funds (ETFs) offset drops by financial stocks. The central bank periodically buys ETFs as part of …
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