The benchmark 225-issue Nikkei average ended higher on Friday and posted its biggest weekly gain in nearly two years, tracking overnight Wall Street gains, amid caution over a five-day rally in local markets.
The Nikkei share average advanced 0.65% to end at 26,827.43 and rose 6.62% for the week, the biggest weekly gain since May 2020.
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