Japan Stocks Recoup Quake Losses on Yen Slide, BuildingKana Nishizawa, Yoshiaki Nohara and Satoshi Kawano
Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average erased losses since the country’s record earthquake as the declining yen and $241 billion of reconstruction spending helped make it the best-performing benchmark index in the developed world this year.
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