Japan’s main stock index, the Nikkei 225, hit a new all-time high, breaking a record set 34 years ago.

This surge is driven by strong company earnings and a weaker Japanese currency, making exports cheaper.

Despite economic challenges like recession and deflation, investors are optimistic about Japan’s market.

However, the economy’s recent downturn has raised concerns, with Japan slipping from its position as the world’s third-largest economy.

Source :BBC


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