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17,184.59 -50.91    -0.30%
06:00:56 GMT - Closed. Currency in JPY ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225

  • Prev. Close: 17,184.59
  • Open: 17,271.50
  • Day's Range: 17,151.98 - 17,288.89
Nikkei 225 17,184.59 -50.91 -0.30%

Nikkei 225 Analysis

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Swissquote Bank Ltd
Markets Digest The ECB meeting By Swissquote Bank Ltd - 4 hours ago

Market Brief Risk appetite was weak in the Asian session as ECB indicated that neither a QE extension or tapering of their quantitative-easing program beyond March was discussed at the meeting and on ...

Boris Schlossberg
Euro Drags Everything Else Lower By Boris Schlossberg - 5 hours ago

Market Drivers October 21, 2016 Kuroda say inflation can go beyond 2% UK PSNB worse Nikkei -0.30% DAX 0.02% Oil $50/bbl Gold $1264/oz. Europe and AsiaGBP: UK PSNB 10.12B vs. 8.20B North AmericaCAD: ...

Marc Chandler
Greenback Ending Week On Firm Note By Marc Chandler - 6 hours ago

The US dollar is firm especially against the European complex and emerging market currencies. The yen continues to be resilient, and exporters are thought be capping the dollar above JPY104. The ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
All Eyes On ECB By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Oct 20, 2016

Asian markets firmed with strong US corporate earnings and rising oil prices supporting risk taking. In addition, the third and final US presidential debate ended lowering political uncertainty risk. ...

Boris Schlossberg
Will Mario Be Super? By Boris Schlossberg - Oct 20, 2016

Market Drivers for October 20, 2016 AU Labor data misses UK Retail Sales miss Nikkei 1.39% Dax 0.22% Oil $51/bbl Gold $1269/oz. Europe and AsiaAUD: Employment -9.8K vs. 15KEUR: GE PPI -0.2% vs. ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
GBP Gains On Surprise Labour Data By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Oct 19, 2016

Chinese GDP grew at a pace of 6.7% in the third quarter, as expected. Industrial production slowed to 6.1% year-on-year from 6.3%, while retail sales grew at a stable, yet solid pace of 10.7% y/y. Oil...

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Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan 16 hours ago
again a deleted comment here, that was also a comment showing that our target was achieved. Another one!!! DJ Khaled (17094)
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan 16 hours ago
19546, but that needs time and a small correction first
Brijesh Patel
Brijesh Patel Oct 20, 2016 8:50AM GMT
D Day.. mean Draghi day...History says Boss of index (ECB, BOE,FED, BOJ) they come to market high and high by anyway either printing money or all available tool so long Nikkei
Armon Koochek
Armon Koochek Oct 11, 2016 1:40AM GMT
Ridiculous price lol...the nikkei 225 futures is up to 17100
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