Japanese Stocks Surge Back To Pre-Quake Levels

Markets just opened in Asia.  Japan, which was closed yesterday for a holiday, is playing catch up to the U.S. market, which spiked after a fiscal cliff deal was reached.

Japan’s Nikkei is up 2.8 per cent right now.  The Nikkei is back to pre-earthquake levels, reports Nikkei.com.


Photo: Nikkei.com

Here’s a longer term look at the Nikkei via Bloomberg:


Photo: Bloomberg

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