Japanese stocks rose, following U.S. equities higher, after the yen weakened as the fallout on global financial markets from the Paris terrorist attacks faded. The Topix index rebounded from Monday’s loss to add 1.2 percent as of 9:01 a.m. in Tokyo. All of its 33 industry groups advanced. U.S. stocks jumped the most in three weeks and European equities shrugged off declines to close higher as France expanded an aerial bombardment in Syria in retaliation for the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris that killed at least 129 people. The Nikkei 225 Stock Average gained 1.2 percent to 19,630.16. The yen traded at 123.27 per dollar after weakening 0.5 percent on Monday. E-mini futures on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index were little changed after the underlying gauge jumped 1.5 percent on Monday, rebounding after the worst week since an August selloff. The Stoxx 600 Europe Index added 0.3 percent. The history of terror incidents around the world over the past 15 years shows market reactions are often sharp and, increasingly, short-lived. European shares initially retreated before erasing the loss. Source: Bloomberg