The Japanese stock exchange started the new trading week with a solid profit on Monday.
Investors pulled up on Wall Street’s higher locks on Friday, which were fueled by encouraging research results from American biotechnologist Gilead of his drug remdesivir against the coronavirus.
The other stock market indicators in the Asian region also improved.
The main index in Tokyo, the Nikkei 225, ended 2.2 percent in the plus at 22,784.74 points. Japanese car manufacturers were among the strongest climbers.
Figures from the Chinese Automobile Manufacturers Association (CAAM) showed that the largest car market in the world grew by 11.6 percent in June from a year ago.
It was the third consecutive month of growth for the Chinese car market. Mazda grew nearly 9 percent, and Honda and Mitsubishi rose 5.9 and 6.2 percent.