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Japan markets enter 'Golden Week' with glittering prospects

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Tokyo's Nikkei 225 stock average is currently at its highest level since March (aided partly by a weakening yen which boosts exporting companies' earnings) as it closes in on the 20,000 mark.

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THE Tokyo stock market is going into Japan's annual "Golden Week" holiday, which begins Wednesday, at a six-week high and with analysts projecting a series of upbeat corporate earnings reports. These in turn, they say, should drive the market even higher.

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