^N225 - Nikkei 225

Osaka - Osaka Delayed price. Currency in JPY
21,720.25
+255.27 (+1.19%)
At close: 3:15PM JST
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Previous close21,464.98
Open21,555.99
Volume0
Day's range21,499.88 - 21,866.37
52-week range18,224.68 - 24,129.34
Avg. volume86,671
  • Forbesyesterday

    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.comyesterday

    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 Press2 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 Focus2 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 ...

  • Reuters2 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.

  • Reuters2 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.

  • Reuters2 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 Empire2 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.

  • Shares keep gaining as tech, industrial companies rise
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Shares keep gaining as tech, industrial companies rise

    TOKYO (AP) — Shares were higher in Japan and Australia, with all other Asian markets closed Friday for the lunar new year holiday.

  • Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls
    Reuters2 days ago

    Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls

    World equity markets surged anew on Thursday as investors shrugged off the latest sign of rising U.S. inflation, while strong global growth weighed on the dollar and pushed it to a 15-month low against the Japanese yen. U.S. producer prices accelerated in January, according to a Labor Department report that offered further evidence of growing inflation pressures in the world's largest economy. The report came on the heels of data on Wednesday showing a broad increase in U.S. consumer prices last month.

  • U.S. Stocks Rebound to Best Weekly Gain Since 2013: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    U.S. Stocks Rebound to Best Weekly Gain Since 2013: Markets Wrap

    U.S. stocks held onto gains to cap their best week in five years while Treasuries climbed and the dollar broke a five-day losing streak.

  • Stock Rally May Pause in Asia, Yen Strengthens: Markets Wrap
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Stock Rally May Pause in Asia, Yen Strengthens: Markets Wrap

    Japanese stocks faced a flat start to Friday trading as the yen held on to recent gains that pushed it to a 15-month high. U.S. equities capped their best five-day run since 2011, rebounding from the worst ...

  • Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls
    Reuters2 days ago

    Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls

    World equity markets surged anew on Thursday as investors shrugged off the latest sign of rising U.S. inflation, while strong global growth weighed on the dollar and pushed it to a 15-month low against the Japanese yen. U.S. producer prices accelerated in January, according to a Labor Department report that offered further evidence of growing inflation pressures in the world's largest economy. The report came on the heels of data on Wednesday showing a broad increase in U.S. consumer prices last month.

  • Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls
    Reuters2 days ago

    Global stocks climb, shrugging off inflation data; dollar falls

    World equity markets surged anew on Thursday as investors shrugged off the latest sign of rising U.S. inflation, while strong global growth weighed on the dollar and pushed it to a 15-month low against the Japanese yen. U.S. producer prices accelerated in January, according to a Labor Department report that offered further evidence of growing inflation pressures in the world's largest economy. The report came on the heels of data on Wednesday showing a broad increase in U.S. consumer prices last month.

  • Stocks Open Strongly On Cisco, Apple; This Solar Play Breaks Out
    Investor's Business Daily2 days ago

    Stocks Open Strongly On Cisco, Apple; This Solar Play Breaks Out

    Earnings news and overseas rallies fueled positive trade Thursday, as the market looked to extended its rebound.

  • 3 Japan Mutual Funds to Ride the Economic Growth
    Zacks2 days ago

    3 Japan Mutual Funds to Ride the Economic Growth

    With the economy growing for eight straight quarters and unemployment lingering near a 40-year low, choosing Japan mutual funds is the way to go.

  • How the Japan Services PMI Trended in January 2018
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How the Japan Services PMI Trended in January 2018

    January Services PMI and Jobs Report: Impact on Developed Markets

  • World stock markets rise as inflation fears subside
    Associated Press2 days ago

    World stock markets rise as inflation fears subside

    HONG KONG (AP) — World stock markets rallied Thursday, with Wall Street set to rise further on the open, as investor concerns over inflation appeared to recede. Trading was thin in Asia, where some markets closed for Lunar New Year holidays.

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    Asian stocks leap before Lunar New Year holiday gets underway

    Asian stocks opened higher Thursday, following strong overnight gains in the U.S. and Europe, though trading in much of the region should be slow ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-French jobs take-off?

    Is France, as Emmanuel Macron would say, finally back? Today's jobless data show the unemployment rate falling below nine percent for the first time since 2009 and registering the sharpest quarterly drop since the 2008 financial crisis. The Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein will set out its position today after talks to kickstart Northern Ireland's power-sharing government collapsed again yesterday.

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    Wall Street sets up for another day of gains as stock futures climb

    U.S. stocks futures pushed higher early Thursday, a day after Wall Street equities booked a fourth-straight gain. Dow futures climbed 126 points, or 0.5%, to 24,987, while S&P 500 futures rose 11.35 points, ...

  • U.S Dollar Sees Red again, with Asian Equities on the Bounce
    FX Empire3 days ago

    U.S Dollar Sees Red again, with Asian Equities on the Bounce

    Dollar woes continue as focus shifts away from inflation and monetary policy towards the current account and budget deficits. Economic data alone may not be enough for this Green back, especially when the U.S administration is ready to talk it down.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Asian stocks advance following sharp US gains; yen firms

    Asian stocks closed higher on Thursday, taking cues from the rally on Wall Street.

  • Japan ETFs in Focus as GDP Grows for 8 Straight Quarters
    Zacks3 days ago

    Japan ETFs in Focus as GDP Grows for 8 Straight Quarters

    Japan's GDP growth slows in Q4; logs long expansion streak on strong consumer spending and capital expenditure.

  • Barrons.com3 days ago

    Apple's Chinese Memory Search: Big Boost to China's Ambitions?

    I mentioned earlier that Craig Ellis of B. Riley & Co. today trumpeted three very good signs for the memory-chip industry, including DRAM and NAND, and its impact on chip equipment suppliers KLA-Tencor (KLAC), Applied Materials (AMAT) and Lam Research (LRCX). The Nikkei’s Cheng Ting-Fang relates that Apple has been talking to Yangtze Memory Technologies, a Chinese state-backed operation, to buy NAND parts sometime in 2019, without citing sources. Ellis doesn’t see a potential China deal as a threat to Micron Technology (MU) and other memory-chip producers, but he does see it as a big boost the equipment makers — if it happens: We’re finally starting to get some of the equipment demand positives we’ve been awaiting for the past year from a slew of China mega projects we believe are under-modeled and under-appreciated in SS CY18-20 forecasts.

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