Tokyo stocks have rallied to their highest levels in more than four years on an accelerated slide in both the yen and government bond yields triggered by the Bank of Japan’s aggressive monetary easing measures to prop up the economy.
Market players are now shifting their attention from the currency and debt markets to see whether the government can match its words with actions to achieve tangible economic growth and dispel concerns about an asset-price bubble.
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