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Japan: investors rally behind automakers again on growth predictions


Toyota Motor Corp., the world’s largest automaker and the biggest company in the country, saw its shares up to 6,494 yen on September 19 as investors tout the highest figure in almost a year. The carmaker’s approach to its 6,500 yen high level that has been touted numerous times over the past 16 months signals the investors confidence in Japanese companies, ...
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