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TOKYO , Feb. 7 (Xinhua) -- Tokyo stocks rebounded strongly Friday, with the benchmark Nikkei stock index closing up 2.17 percent as market sentiment turned positive on hopes for a recovery in the U.S. economy as investors keenly eyed jobs data due out later in the day. Local traders said that Wall Street closing higher overnight buoyed buying sentiment here, helping stocks to recover some of the ground they lost earlier in the week following a string of closing lows. They added that the U.S. dollar appreciating to the 102 yen level versus the Japanese yen following weekly jobs data showing jobless claims had fallen in the U.S., was also cheered by market players here. The U.S. Labor department announced that applications for unemployment benefits fell for the first time in three weeks by 20, 000 to 331,000 , less than median economists' expectations. Market players here said that the drop in new jobless claims is a positive signal for them ahead of Friday's jobs report, with employers expected to add around 189,000 jobs in January, far more than the 74,000 added in December, in a sign the U.S. economy is on a positive recovery path. Tatsunori Kawai , chief strategist at kabu said that the jobless data out of the U.S. was a good indication that the recovery in the world's largest economy may still be on track. He added that Japanese shares are still reasonably priced for now. But he warned that U.S. non-farm payrolls data due out later today coming in lower than expected could spark another selloff. Other analysts said the yen's drop against the U.S. dollar was a big catalysts for buying, but investors opted not to chase the market higher ahead of the jobs data and hit the sidelines in later trade. Yutaka Miura, a senior technical analyst at Mizuho Securities Co. said that the market here was lifted by U.S. stocks' overnight gains and the dollar's rise. He said that after a first round of buying here, trading became range-bound ahead of the keenly awaited jobs report. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average added 307.29 points from Thursday's level to close at 14,462.41, while the broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange gained 26.77 points , or 2.3 percent, to finish at 1,189.14. With the yen falling against the U.S. dollar export-related issues found traction as a weaker yen boosts firms' competitiveness in overseas markets and ensures profit yields are augmented when repatriated. Among Japan's automakers, Honda accelerated 2.9 percent to 3, 680 yen, while Nissan Motor added 2.2 percent to 884 yen. Suzuki Motor gained 2.1 percent to 2 ,623 yen after raising its net profit outlook for the current fiscal year to a record 105 billion yen, with the firm citing solid sales and a favorable yen. Sony jumped 4.1 percent to 1,691 yen after announcing a day earlier it will restructure its business and sell its flagging Vaio laptop business to investment fund Japan Industrial Partners, and cut 5,000 jobs, as well as make its TV business a subsidiary of the firm. The photo which was sent to European police authorities and obtained by AP on Wednesday , Dec. 21. BERLIN — German officials had deemed the Tunisian man being sought in a manhunt across Europe a threat long before a truck plowed into a Christmas market in Berlin — and even kept him under covert surveillance for six months this year before halting the operation. Now the international manhunt for Anis Amri — considered the prime suspect in Monday's deadly rampage — is raising questions about how closely German authorities are monitoring the hundreds of known Islamic extremists in the country. The issue puts new pressure on Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is running for re-election next year. Critics are lambasting her for allowing hundreds of thousands of asylum-seekers to enter the country, allegedly without proper security checks. Among them was Amri, a convicted criminal in both Tunisia and Italy with little chance of getting asylum who successfully evaded deportation from Germany even as German authorities rejected his asylum application and deemed the 24-year-old a possible jihadi threat. He is suspected in the attack that left 12 people dead and 48 injured Monday evening in Berlin. Health officials said 12 of the injured had very serious wounds. After German media published photos of him and a partial name, federal prosecutors issued a public appeal for information along with the promise of a 100,000-euro ($105 ,000) reward for his arrest. Within hours it emerged that the man authorities warned could be "violent and armed" had in fact been known to them for months as someone with ties to Islamic extremists who used at least six different names and three different nationalities. "People are rightly outraged and anxious that such a person can walk around here, keep changing his identity and the legal system can't cope with them," said Rainer Wendt, the head of a union representing German police. Authorities had initially focused their investigation on a Pakistani man detained shortly after the attack, but released him a day later for lack of evidence. After finding documents belonging to Amri in the cab of the truck, they issued a notice to other European countries early Wednesday seeking his arrest. According to Ralf Jaeger , the interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia state, Amri arrived in Germany in July 2015 as the influx of asylum-seekers was nearing its peak. Although registered in the west of the country, near the Dutch border, Amri had moved around Germany regularly since February, living mostly in Berlin, said Jaeger. Within months of his arrival , authorities had added Amri to a growing list of potentially violent Islamic extremists, not all of them asylum-seekers. "Security agencies exchanged information about this person in the joint counter-ter. Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys From China Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale NCAA Jerseys Wholesale Nike NBA Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys From China