Nikkei 225 Climbs to Four-Year High on BOJ Nominee Bets

Japanese shares rose, with the Nikkei 225 Stock Average closing at its highest in nearly four and a half years, as the yen fell amid speculation Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s likely nominee for the Bank of Japan’s governorship is supportive of more monetary stimulus.

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