The Tokyo Stock Exchange closed higher on Monday, ending a three-day losing streak, as investors made deals after the recent decline in the market, as risk appetite improved towards high-tech stocks hoping to improve US stimulus to help restart the economy hit by COVID-19. ).
The Nikkei 225 index rose 138.11 points, or 0.46 percent, from Friday, to close the day at 30,156.03 points.
Meanwhile, the broader Topix index of all shares of the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 9.40 points, or 0.49 percent, to close at 1938.35 points.
The most advanced stocks at the close included electrical appliances, air transport, shipping, and non-ferrous metal stocks.
The article Tokyo Stock Exchange rose at the close amid deals and hopes for US stimulus was written in the stock exchange newspaper.