Nikkei index rose 2% in the hope of postponing the Olympics

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US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Japanese Nikkei index rebounded steadily on Monday after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) first talked about the possibility of postponing the Olympics, rather than canceling them.

Nikkei rose 2.0% to 16.887.78 points, moving from a minimum of three and a half years at 16.378.94 points reached last Tuesday.

The wider Topix rose 0.7% to 1,292.01 points.


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