The Tokyo stock market has rebounded strongly after confirming its bottom on Aug. 4, when the 225-issue Nikkei average hit 15,666.

Now that the confusion over Japan’s financial policy in the wake of Sogo Co.’s collapse has subsided, attention has shifted to favorable economic and corporate earnings prospects.

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