Nikkei, Topix and Co .: Tokyo Stock Exchange increases

The Japanese benchmark index reached its highest level in around three decades on Thursday. The Nikkei Index, which comprises 225 values, rose 1.38 percent to 28,849 points. The broader Topix index climbed around 0.9 percent to 1,880 points. “The uptrend in the market is causing investors to buy more shares,” said Takashi Hiroki, chief strategist at Monex Securities, in light of the stock market’s five-day upswing. “Investors buy stocks out of this ‘fear of missing out’ mood.”

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