Japan stocks rally after central-bank meet

Japan stocks rally after central-bank meet
Japan's Nikkei Stock Average (TYO:JP:NIK) climbed 1.6% to end at its highest level since December 2007. The benchmark extended gains after Bank of Japan's policy decision. The broader Topix (TYO:JP:I0000) added 0.4%, well off the day's highs.
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Japanese Stocks Fall 7.3%
With a priority on reviving the economy, he has put forward a three-part plan that relies on a doubling of asset purchases by the Bank of Japan to help create inflation, increased short-term government spending and promises of longer-term growth …
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