Such The Japanese benchmark index started trading with gains after two days of price losses. The Nikkei index, which comprises 225 values, rose on Tuesday by 1.23 percent to 28,591 points. The broader Topix index rose 0.48 percent to 1,854 points. “Today’s surge shows the fundamental strength of the Japanese market,” said manager Hideyuki Suzuki from SBI Securities Suzuki. The development comes from its own strength, without being influenced by the US market, which was closed on Monday.
Chip manufacturers in particular gained ground, such as Rohm Co, whose shares rose over four percent at the start of trading. Vehicle manufacturers also benefited Nissan Engine improved by around four percent, Mazda Motor by five percent.
The stock exchanges in the entire Asian market started the day on a positive note. Investors were encouraged by China’s economic strength, and many are betting that this will spur growth in the entire region. The world’s second largest economy had confirmed with new data on Monday that it is one of the few countries to achieve economic growth in 2020.
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