Japan ends first day of trade in 2018 with a bang; rest of Asia mostly higher

Japan’s Nikkei 225 hit levels not seen in 26 years, jumping 3.26 percent, or 741.39 points, to close at 23,506.33 on its first day of trade after a long New Year weekend. Most sectors were in positive territory, with financials, technology and automakers …
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