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Japan’s Nikkei Breaches 40000

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The main stock index in Japan surpassed 40,000 points for the first time, closing at a record level on Monday, as ongoing corporate governance reforms and strong valuations continue to attract long-term global investor interest. With the rise of technology stocks, following their American counterparts, where foreign investors lead the buying process, it appears that many of them are investing from a medium to long-term perspective.

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After five consecutive weeks of gains, the index broke the new peak during the day at 39,990.23, which was reached on Friday, and rose to 40,314.64. Some analysts estimate that Japanese stocks may rise further this year due to long-term changes in corporate behavior, with one forecast suggesting an increase to 43,000 points, according to a Reuters survey published on February 22.

While foreign interest has helped boost the rapid rise of the Nikkei index, some see the continuous ascent as a gradual turning point for local retail investors, who have shown significant interest in Japanese stocks. Japanese technology stocks received a boost from the ongoing rise in artificial intelligence stocks in the United States, leading the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices to record levels on Friday.

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