JAPAN: Nissan Diesel shares rise on chance of Volvo alliance
Nissan Diesel Motor shares rose by 19 percent to a 17-month high, extending four days of gains, Bloomberg News reported. Nissan Diesel shares rose 26 yen to 162 yen, the stock's highest level since October 1999. Bloomberg said that investors expect Volvo, the world's second-biggest maker of heavy trucks, to seek a new Japanese partner after ending its alliance with Mitsubishi Motors.
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