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Abe's landslide seen lifting Japan stocks to further heights

Attention now turning to external factors

| Japan

TOKYO -- The ruling coalition's decisive win in Japan's lower house election Sunday raised hopes for an extended market rally on continuity in economic policy.

"An election win by the ruling coalition that ensures political stability will make Japanese stocks more attractive," said Naoki Kamiyama of Nikko Asset Management. Many see increased appeal to foreigners and others from a higher likelihood of staying the course on policy.

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