^N225 - Nikkei 225

Osaka - Osaka Delayed price. Currency in JPY
21,925.10
-224.11 (-1.01%)
At close: 3:15PM JST
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Previous close22,149.21
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52-week range
Avg. volume86,368
  • Late-afternoon sell-off steers US stocks toward lower close
    Associated Press31 minutes ago

    Late-afternoon sell-off steers US stocks toward lower close

    A steep drop in Walmart's stock and losses in other sectors pulled U.S. indexes broadly lower Tuesday, placing the market on course to snap a six-day winning streak. A late-afternoon sell-off wiped out early gains by technology companies. Grocery store operators and other consumer-focused companies accounted for much of the drag on the market. Investors were sizing up the latest quarterly earnings and deal news following a long holiday weekend.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Stocks sink as bond yields, dollar regain traction

    By Hilary Russ NEW YORK (Reuters) - A six-day rebound in world stocks sputtered on Tuesday, hurt by rising bond yields and disappointing earnings from U.S. retailers, while the U.S. dollar extended a rebound ...

  • Global shares mixed after US break, investors eye Fed notes
    Associated Press8 hours ago

    Global shares mixed after US break, investors eye Fed notes

    Global stocks were mixed Tuesday after a U.S. holiday, with investors awaiting the release later in the day of minutes from the latest meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve. KEEPING SCORE: France's CAC 40 ...

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Japan's Sony to form alliance to build taxi-hailing system

    Sony Corp said on Tuesday it would become the latest blue-chip firm to jockey for position in Japan's taxi and ride-hailing market, with plans for a joint venture to develop an artificial intelligence-based hailing system. The partnership is the latest in a growing array of tie-ups between domestic taxi firms and tech companies, who see Japan as a potentially lucrative market but are prevented from offering ride-sharing services by stringent rules. Currently, non-professional drivers are barred from offering taxi services on safety grounds, and ride-hailing companies are limited to services that "match" users to existing taxi fleets via mobile platforms.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Japan's Sony to form alliance to build taxi-hailing system

    Sony Corp said on Tuesday it would become the latest blue-chip firm to jockey for position in Japan's taxi and ride-hailing market, with plans for a joint venture to develop an artificial intelligence-based hailing system. The partnership is the latest in a growing array of tie-ups between domestic taxi firms and tech companies, who see Japan as a potentially lucrative market but are prevented from offering ride-sharing services by stringent rules. Currently, non-professional drivers are barred from offering taxi services on safety grounds, and ride-hailing companies are limited to services that "match" users to existing taxi fleets via mobile platforms.

  • Full Volume Coming but Direction is Concern, Stocks Mixed
    FX Empire12 hours ago

    Full Volume Coming but Direction is Concern, Stocks Mixed

    Forex has been relatively quiet. The Euro has lost some value versus the U.S Dollar. Gold has stumbled.

  • Gold Prices Fall For Third Straight Session As U.S. Dollar Strengthens
    Investing.com15 hours ago

    Gold Prices Fall For Third Straight Session As U.S. Dollar Strengthens

    Investing.com - Gold prices remained lower on Tuesday as the dollar rebounded from a three-year low, while investors await the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting due tomorrow.

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Samsung Elec to slash OLED panel production as iPhone X demand disappoints - Nikkei

    Samsung Electronics Co will slash output of its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels in response to its customer Apple Inc's decision to cut production of iPhone X amid weak demand, the Nikkei reported on Tuesday. Samsung Display, the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics, now plans to make OLED panels for 20 million or fewer iPhones at the South Chungcheong plant in the January-March quarter, significantly lower than its initial goal of supplying panels for 45 million to 50 million iPhones, the Nikkei reported.

  • Samsung Electronics to slash OLED panel production as iPhone X demand disappoints: Nikkei
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Samsung Electronics to slash OLED panel production as iPhone X demand disappoints: Nikkei

    Samsung Electronics Co will slash output of its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels in response to its customer Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) decision to cut production of iPhone X amid weak demand, the Nikkei reported on Tuesday. Samsung Display, the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics, now plans to make OLED panels for 20 million or fewer iPhones at the South Chungcheong plant in the January-March quarter, significantly lower than its initial goal of supplying panels for 45 million to 50 million iPhones, the Nikkei reported.

  • RBA Minutes do little for the Aussie, with the USD and Yields on the Move
    FX Empire17 hours ago

    RBA Minutes do little for the Aussie, with the USD and Yields on the Move

    The U.S Dollar is the early mover this morning, with an uptick in 10-year Treasury yields providing support ahead of the U.S open. Economic data out of the Eurozone will provide some direction, while the RBA looks like its ready to ride out the year.

  • Asian shares mostly lower after US holiday, await Fed notes
    Associated Press18 hours ago

    Asian shares mostly lower after US holiday, await Fed notes

    TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mostly lower Tuesday after a U.S. holiday and attention turned to the U.S. Federal Reserve.

  • CNBC22 hours ago

    Asian shares slip as the dollar firms; HSBC falls 3.1%

    Asian shares were moderately lower on Tuesday after a relatively quiet overnight session in markets.

  • Global Stocks Remain Strong, Crude Oil Prices Inch Higher
    FX Empireyesterday

    Global Stocks Remain Strong, Crude Oil Prices Inch Higher

    The U.S is on holiday today, but Japanese equities have advanced strongly and Trade Balance numbers from the nation were impressive.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Spain's de Guindos has ECB job in sights

    Spanish Finance Minister Luis de Guindos is tipped to get the nod from his euro zone peers to be their candidate for vice-president of the European Central Bank today, one of several top appointments to be made over the coming year culminating with the top ECB job itself. The European Central Bank this morning announced it was stopping all payments by Latvian lender ABLV Bank as its liquidity position has deteriorated after accusations by U.S. authorities that it allowed the breaching of sanctions against North Korea. Separately, Latvia's central bank Governor Ilmars Rimsevics is under pressure to step down after it was confirmed at the weekend he was under investigation by the country's anti-corruption agency on undisclosed matters.

  • Japan Exports Impress, While the Dollar Continues to Disappoint
    FX Empire2 days ago

    Japan Exports Impress, While the Dollar Continues to Disappoint

    Asian equities are on the rise again this morning, while the Dollar stumble resumes on a light trading day, with China, HK, the U.S and Canada on holiday today.

  • Japanese Stocks Gain on Yen Weakness; Oil Advances: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Japanese Stocks Gain on Yen Weakness; Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

    Japanese shares rose Monday helped by a weaker yen and after U.S. equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar steadied and oil consolidated above $60 a barrel.

  • Dollar Steady, Oil Rises as European Stocks Falter: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Dollar Steady, Oil Rises as European Stocks Falter: Markets Wrap

    European shares failed to carry forward a rally from Asia, while U.S. stock futures also headed lower as the surge that handed the S&P 500 Index its best week in five years appeared to fade. The dollar ...

  • Forbes4 days ago

    These 4 Global Charts Are A Warning For U.S. Averages

    These negative global charts are a warning for U.S. averages.

  • Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday
    Investing.com4 days ago

    Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday

    Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Friday, February 16:

  • World markets advance but trading subdued by holidays
    Associated Press4 days ago

    World markets advance but trading subdued by holidays

    World stock markets rose Friday amid an improvement in investor sentiment, though trading was subdued in Asia, where many markets were closed for lunar new year holidays. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX added ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-UK's May to Berlin for Brexit talks

    British Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Berlin on Friday to meet Angela Merkel, with frustration in Berlin and elsewhere growing over Britain's failure so far to spell out what it wants from a future ...

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Factbox - Profiles of BOJ's Kuroda, deputy governors

    Japan's government on Friday reappointed Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda for another term and chose an advocate of bolder monetary easing as one of his deputies, a potent signal to financial markets that the bank will be in no rush to turn off its massive stimulus programme. Below are profiles of Kuroda and his two new deputies. A former Japanese top currency diplomat who also served as head of the Asian Development Bank, Kuroda became governor in 2013 with a mandate from premier Shinzo Abe to deploy a radical stimulus programme to pull Japan out of deflation.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Japan reappoints Kuroda as BOJ chief, picks reflationist academic as deputy

    Japan reappointed central bank chief Haruhiko Kuroda for another term on Friday, and chose an advocate of bolder monetary easing as one of his deputies in a strong signal to investors that policymakers are in no rush to turn off a sweeping stimulus programme. The selection of the new BOJ leadership comes amid heightened anxiety in Japanese and global financial markets, fueled partly by speculation over how quickly major central banks will wind down their crisis-era policies. In a widely expected move, the government nominated Kuroda, a 73-year-old former finance ministry bureaucrat, to serve another five-year term when the current one ends in April.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Instant View - Kuroda reappointed as BOJ chief, reflationist academic picked for deputy

    Japan's government on Friday reappointed Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda for another term and chose an advocate of bolder monetary easing as one of his deputies, a sign the central bank will be in no rush to dial back its massive stimulus programme. The selection of the new BOJ leadership comes at a crucial time for Japanese and global markets, which have been rattled in recent weeks on expectations major central banks will whittle down their crisis-mode stimulus. The deputy governor nominees are Waseda University professor Masazumi Wakatabe and BOJ Executive Director Masayoshi Amamiya.

  • UK Retail Sales and the GBP in Focus as the Dollar Slide Continues
    FX Empire5 days ago

    UK Retail Sales and the GBP in Focus as the Dollar Slide Continues

    UK retail sales in focus this morning, with the Dollar slide continuing through the Asian session, which has seen some of the majors make significant gains this week, with stats out of the U.S unlikely to have an impact this afternoon.

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