Nikkei grown the most since 2008 thanks to Wall Street growth, US incentives

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Japanese Nikkei index jumped 8% on Wednesday, the biggest daily increase since 2008, after Wall Street surged and US senators and Trump officials reached an agreement on a stimulus bill.

The Nikkei Index closed at 19.546.63 points after the strongest one-day growth since the global financial crisis in October 2008.

The broader Topix index added 6.9% to 1,424.62, which was the biggest rise in four years.


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