Nikkei powers to 27-year peak on weaker yen, earnings hopes; regional stocks up

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei raced to a 27-year high on Friday on the back of a lower yen and improved prospects for corporate earnings, while optimism over the U.S. economy’s short-term outloo…
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