Nikkei rises on further signs of U.S. recovery, weak yen
TOKYO, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average edged up to a fresh 33-month high after Monday's opening, with U.S. stocks lifted to five-year highs by robust data suggesting a U.S. economic recovery was on track. The Nikkei added 0.4 percent to 11,235.11, the highest since May 2010, while the broader Topix rose 0.7 percent to 948.80.
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