April 23, 2013 at 22:57 PM EDT
Nikkei vaults to nearly 5-year highs, aided by weak yen, strong U.S. earnings
* Nikkei rises 1.3 pct, Topix up 0.8 pct * Nintendo in demand ahead of earnings * Steelmaker JFE rises after earnings on Tuesday By Dominic Lau TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average climbed to its highest level in nearly five years on Wednesday on robust U.S. company earnings and as the yen resumed its downward slide towards 100 to the dollar. The benchmark Nikkei has surged 58 percent and the yen has weakened 23 percent versus the dollar since mid-Novembe
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