Nikkei is leaping with support in China to a new imperial time



SHARJAH, 24 March (Reuters)

Nikkei Japan rose to the first day of the new year of information on Monday, with a balance linked to China raised by hope for trade talks from the Chinese, upset by the low confidence of local businesses.

After the morning's decision, the Japanese government announced that the new imperial time when the Prince of Parliament becomes the president on 1st May will be called "Riwa". . "

Follow the video story in some stocks that have "links" in the name of a new two-segment.

With Ray Advertising, which is attached to the first division, jumped 7.3% after climbing as large as 19% in heavy squares, attracting commentators seeking quick benefits.

"The new term name creates a spirit of the festival in general," says Yutaka Miura, an analysis of Mizuho Securities.

The measurement was Nikkei <.N225> up by 1.4% at 21,509.03. The TOPIX table was wider <.TOPX> up 1.5% at 1,615.81.


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