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Nikkei advances 2.55% as Japan reopens economy


Tokyo, May 26 (EFE/EPA).- The Tokyo stock benchmark Nikkei on Tuesday rose 529.52 points, or 2.55 percent, to 21,271.17, its highest close since March 5, as investors welcomed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's decision to lift the coronavirus state of emergency across the country. (Camera: KIMIMASA MAYAMA).SHOT LIST: PEDESTRIANS WALK PAST A SCREEN SHOWING CLOSING INFORMATION OF TOKYO'S NIKKEI STOCK AVERAGE IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

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