Nikkei 225 (N225)

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18,186.10 +180.61    +1.00%
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Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225

  • Volume: 147,557
  • Open: 18,302.41
  • Day's Range: 18,094.85 - 18,372.72
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RBA Left Rate Unchanged, Fading EUR Appetite
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Oct 06, 2015

Market Brief Yesterday, the single currency erased earlier session gains on disappointing PMI data from the Eurozone and especially Germany. The final reading of the Markit/BME composite PMI for ...

Stock Markets Rise As Rate Hike Probability Fades  
By OptionsClick - Oct 06, 2015

Stock markets rose on Monday in Asia and the U.S. as the prospect of a further delay in the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise interest rates and a newfound stability in the commodities markets ...

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Shares Rally Amid Disappointing US Jobs Report
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Oct 05, 2015

Market Brief US jobs data surprised to the downside on Friday with nonfarm payrolls printing at 142k versus 201k expected, while the previous month reading was downwardly revised to 136k from 173k ...

Wall Street Daily
The Quiet Return Of The Rising Sun
By Wall Street Daily - Oct 04, 2015

Many international markets have struggled over the last few years, with China being the most recent. But amidst all that, the Japanese market has quietly put up some solid numbers. In fact, the Nikkei...

Doug Short
World Markets Update: Mixed Bag
By Doug Short - Oct 04, 2015

It was a mixed bag this past week for major world stock markets with four of the eight indexes on our world watch list posting gains and four posting losses. How is 2015 stacking up for our gang of ...

IFC Markets
Markets Await U.S. Nonfarm Payroll Report
By IFC Markets - Oct 02, 2015

US stocks were mixed on Thursday as concerns over global economic growth weighed on market sentiment. The dollar weakened with the ICE US Dollar index closing down 0.2%. S&P 500 was up 0.2% while ...

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Hoàng Huỳnh
Hoàng Huỳnh Oct 05, 2015 3:12AM GMT
TPP done?
James Dumas
James Dumas Sep 30, 2015 1:59AM GMT
The incompetence of market manipulation prevails. They can only make US and EU markets go up when they are closed. So, once again we start a rally on a gap. We had great hope that this was going to be the real thing, but unless EU and US markets open and close this gap of stupidity, it is just another of endless ploys to steal money from investors. They can run it as high as they wish, but we'll be back to yearly lows. Or worse. We will change all views from bullish to bearish and wait for the next selloff to try, once again, for an honest start
Yong Kim
Yong Kim Sep 30, 2015 12:33AM GMT
James, do you mean S&P has to come down to 1868 level to make a double bottom or come down more to cover the unbalance/gap? Does it also mean near future like tomorrow, it will test 1868 or lower?
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