Japan Stocks Snap 2-Day Loss Streak as Europe Boosts Rescue FundYoshiaki Nohara and Satoshi Kawano
Japanese stocks rose, with the Nikkei 225 Stock Average advancing for the first time in three trading sessions, after European leaders expanded a bailout fund and tightened anti-deficit rules, boosting investor confidence the region will escape a deeper crisis.
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