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Asian stocks rose, with the regional benchmark index heading for the biggest rally in more than six weeks, after a report showed the U.S. added more workers than expected. Japanese shares surged after a three-week, $600 billion rout. Japan's Topix index jumped 5.2 percent, the most since March 2011, after the Government Pension Investment Fund, the world's biggest manager of retirement savings, said on June 7 it will sell bonds to buy more equities.
Nikkei 225 13,514.2 +636.67 +4.94%
S&P/ASX 200 4,737.7 -43.47 -0.91%
Shanghai Composite closed
Toyota Motor Corp., the No. 1 global carmaker, gained 8.6 percent.
Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd., a shoemaker that gets 29 percent of its revenue in the U.S., rose 1.7 percent in Hong Kong.
Sharp Corp. jumped 15 percent after Qualcomm Inc. agreed to a second purchase of the unprofitable Japanese TV maker's shares.
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