At its highest since 1991, the Japanese stock exchange celebrates “the second wave” of profits

The Nikkei 225 index has already risen 23% in six months. Investors integrate the victory of a Biden administration less tempted by the trade war and celebrate the recovery of the profits of several large Japanese industrialists, in particular Toyota and Honda.

After rising 0.9% on Friday, the Nikkei index exceeded 24,325 points.

Unheard of since November 1991. The Nikkei 225 of the Tokyo Stock Exchange closed on Friday at a level it had not reached in 29 years.

After an increase of 0.9% over the day, the index exceeded 24.325 points. Over the last six months, the Japanese market has accumulated, despite a very delicate world economy, more than 23%.

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