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Tokyo Stocks Surge as U.S.-China Trade Concerns Wane

Tokyo Stocks Surge as U.S.-China Trade Concerns Wane

   Tokyo, Sept. 5 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo stocks soared Thursday amid receding concerns over the U.S.-China trade talks, pushing the benchmark Nikkei average above 21,000 for the first time in a month.
   The 225-issue average closed up 436.80 points, or 2.12 pct, at 21,085.94, after advancing 23.98 points Wednesday. The key market gauge last finished above the threshold on Aug. 2.

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