South Korean stocks are ripping higher on news that US President Donald Trump has agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un by May at the latest.
The KOSPI is up 1.36% at 2,455.12 points, leaving it at the highest level since February 27.
Japan’s TOPIX is also responding well to the news, jumping 1.43% to 1,734.46 points.
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