REFILE-Nikkei rises to 2-mth high, buoyed by budget report
(Fixes typo on "wait" in fourth bullet point)
* Nikkei gains 9.7 pct for the month, logging the best monthly gain in 2.5 years
* Nikkei rises 1.4 pct for the week
* BOJ may wait until U.S. Fed's decisions in Dec - analysts
By Ayai Tomisawa
TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Tokyo shares rose to more than a two-month high on Friday after the market digested the Bank of Japan's decision to stand pat on policy, while a media report that the government is considering a budget of over 3 trillion yen buoyed sentiment.
The Japanese government is considering compiling a supplementary budget of over 3 trillion yen ($25 billion) to build nursing-care facilities and aid farmers, who face tougher competition as the country prepares to join a trans-Pacific trade pact, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Friday.
"This report helped sentiment. It came out when investors digested the BOJ result," said Kenji Shiomura, an analyst at Daiwa Securities.
The Nikkei ended 0.8 percent higher at 19,083.10, the highest close since Aug. 28. Continuación...