Tokyo stocks fall ahead of Fed decision | Malay Mail

Tokyo stocks fall ahead of Fed decision | Malay Mail

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26/1/2022 8:24:00 AM

Tokyo stocks fall ahead of Fed decision | Malay Mail

TOKYO, Jan 26 ― Tokyo stocks fell in morning trade today following a slump on Wall Street as investors await a key decision from the US Federal Reserve. The benchmark Nikkei 225 opened flat then dropped 0.87 per cent, or 235.67 points, to 26,895 in morning trade, while the broader Topix index...

channel for the latest updates.TOKYO, Jan 26 ― Tokyo stocks fell in morning trade today following a slump on Wall Street as investors await a key decision from the US Federal Reserve.The benchmark Nikkei 225 opened flat then dropped 0.87 per cent, or 235.67 points, to 26,895 in morning trade, while the broader Topix index lost 0.41 per cent, or 7.87 points, to 1,888.75.

Investors are reluctant to partake in active buying ahead of the US central bank's policy-setting meeting, Okasan Online Securities said.After spending much of last year playing down the spike in prices, the Fed has in recent months taken a sharp hawkish turn on monetary policy as officials look to bring inflation ― which is at a four-decade high ― under control.

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