Tuesday, July 29, 2014   

Nikkei gains by break
(02-28 10:51)

Tokyo stocks rose 1.85 percent Thursday morning, following a strong lead from Wall Street and thanks to a weaker yen after the government made its nomination to becoem the new Bank of Japan governor.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 208.66 points at 11,462.63 by the break, while the Topix index of all first-section shares added 1.61 percent, or 15.40 points, at 969.12, AFP reports.
   
Other Business breaking news:
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Japan household spending down in June (1 hr 10 mins ago)
Japan jobless rate up (1 hr 30 mins ago)
SKorea current account surplus narrows in June (1 hr 31 mins ago)
Nikkei inches up at mid-day (1 hr 46 mins ago)
Hang Seng, Shanghai end higher (07-28 16:32)
Nissan profit surges in April-June period (07-28 15:47)
Australia approves India-backed mine (07-28 15:46)
European stocks open higher (07-28 15:21)
Nikkei reaches new six-month high (07-28 14:30)

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