Japan Stocks Rebound More Than Six Percent After Tuesday's Dive

Tokyo, March 16 (DPA) Japan's major stock index rebounded about six percent Wednesday's opening bell after the benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average lost more than 10 percent in the previous trading session.The benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average gained 520.7 points, or 6.05 percent, to trade at 9,125.85 at 9:15 am (0015 GMT), while the broader Topix index was up 46.45 points, or 6.06 percent, at 813.18.

The Nikkei dove 10.55 percent and the Topix plunged 9.47 percent as concerns mounted over the economic impact of last week's earthquake and tsunami in north-eastern Japan, which triggered devastation and a nuclear crisis in the region.


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