Tokyo's Nikkei index opens lower in mixed trade | Malay Mail

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Tokyo's Nikkei index opens lower in mixed trade | Malay Mail

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Tokyo's Nikkei index opens lower in mixed trade | Malay Mail

TOKYO, Jan 20 ― Tokyo's key Nikkei index opened slightly lower today after falling nearly three per cent in the previous session but with some support from bargain-hunting purchases. The benchmark Nikkei 225 was down 0.16 per cent or 42.90 points at 27,424.33 in early trade, while the broader...

channel for the latest updates.TOKYO, Jan 20 ― Tokyo's key Nikkei index opened slightly lower today after falling nearly three per cent in the previous session but with some support from bargain-hunting purchases.The benchmark Nikkei 225 was down 0.16 per cent or 42.90 points at 27,424.33 in early trade, while the broader Topix index gained 0.11 per cent or 2.18 points to 1,921.90.

Tokyo trade will remain range-bound “as concerns over US inflation and monetary tightening are weighing on the market, while some investors may seek bargain-hunting after the Nikkei index fell below the 28,000 mark,” Mizuho Securities said in a note.Wall Street stocks tumbled again overnight as markets grapple with the prospect of higher interest rates.

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Tokyo shares open lower after US losses | Malay MailTOKYO, Jan 19 ― Tokyo shares opened lower today, tracking losses on Wall Street where worries over higher interest rates mounted. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 1.68 per cent or 474.38 points to 27,782.87 in early trade, while the broader Topix index lost 1.63 per cent or 32.21 points to...

Tokyo's Nikkei ends down as Sony plunges on Activision deal | Malay MailTOKYO, Jan 19 ― Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index dipped more than three per cent today as market heavyweight Sony plummeted on news of Microsoft's plans to buy US gaming giant Activision Blizzard. The Nikkei 225 was down 3.33 per cent shortly before the closing bell, and finished 2.80 per cent...

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TOKYO, Jan 20 ― Tokyo's key Nikkei index opened slightly lower today after falling nearly three per cent in the previous session but with some support from bargain-hunting purchases. The benchmark Nikkei 225 was down 0. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 1.16 per cent or 42.33 per cent shortly before the closing bell, and finished 2.90 points at 27,424.38 points to 27,782.33 in early trade, while the broader Topix index gained 0.

11 per cent or 2.63 per cent or 32. The broader Topix index gave up 2.18 points to 1,921.90.17. Tokyo trade will remain range-bound “as concerns over US inflation and monetary tightening are weighing on the market, while some investors may seek bargain-hunting after the Nikkei index fell below the 28,000 mark,” Mizuho Securities said in a note.72. Wall Street stocks tumbled again overnight as markets grapple with the prospect of higher interest rates. In New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average finished down 1.

The dollar fetched ¥114.39 (RM4. The broad-based S&P 500 shed 1. But the market was dragged down further as investors dumped Sony Group, which closed 12.19) in early Asian trade, against ¥114.33 in New York late yesterday.6 per cent. Among major shares in Tokyo, Sony Group rebounded 4. Some pundits have speculated the US titan would make future Activision titles exclusive to Xbox, shutting out the PlayStation franchise.

43 per cent to ¥12,960 after dropping nearly 13 per cent in the previous session on news of Microsoft's plans to buy US gaming giant Activision Blizzard.66 (RM4. Hitachi was down 0.61 per cent at ¥6,345 after its CEO reportedly said the engineering giant is ready to sell its 40 per cent stake in Hitachi Transport System but wants to find the right industry partner.60 in New York yesterday.. Among other shares, Toyota was up 0.98 per cent at ¥2,325.38 per cent to ¥12,895 after Microsoft announced a landmark ¥$69 billion deal to buy US gaming giant Activision Blizzard, betting big on the prospects of the video game market.

5 while Panasonic was off 0.” Nonetheless, Ota added, the news “had a large impact and affected investor sentiment”.93 per cent at ¥1,281.01 per cent to ¥62,930 while chip-testing equipment maker Advantest tumbled 3. Japan booked a trade deficit of ¥582.4 billion in December, against market expectations of a 787. Automakers were lower with Toyota dropping 3. The firm said yesterday that it no longer expects to meet its annual production target with operations hampered by the global chip crunch.6 billion deficit, according to data released by the finance ministry before the opening bell.

In 2021, the world's third-largest economy recorded a trade deficit of ¥1.5, Nissan falling 1.47 trillion ― the first annual deficit in two years ― as a rise in raw material prices including crude oil and LNG overwhelmed an increase in the export of industrial goods such as automobiles and steel. “Toyota is very adept at managing its supply chain. The data did not prompt a strong market reaction.5 and Honda shrinking 1. ― AFP You May Also Like .