Tokyo stocks continued higher Monday, with the Nikkei Stock Average ending the day at 9,485.09, up 100.92 points, or 1.08%. The benchmark index closed at its highest level since August 4. Investors bought a broad range of issues, exporters in particular, thanks to the yen''s fall and China''s additional monetary easing. Expectations that Greece can avoid unstructured default also supported market sentiment. The Nikkei average briefly surpassed 9,500, but profit-taking suppressed upward momentum, with investors concerned about overheating. Trading value on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange totaled about 1.38 trillion yen on a preliminary basis.