Nikkei 225 (N225)

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14,952.61 -760.78    -4.84%
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Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225

  • Volume: 340,521
  • Open: 15,426.27
  • Day's Range: 14,865.77 - 15,437.22
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Kathy Lien
USD And Oil Bounce, But Beware China
By Kathy Lien - Feb 12, 2016 1

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. For the first time in 10 trading days, the U.S. dollar ended the week higher against the Japanese yen thanks to ...

Marc Chandler
He With The Gold Makes The Rules
By Marc Chandler - Feb 12, 2016

In response to the global crisis, central banks have adopted unorthodox policies. They expanded their balance sheets and broken the zero bound of interest rates. Many investors have been critical of ...

Dean Popplewell
Japan Seeks G20 Response To Market Rout
By Dean Popplewell - Feb 12, 2016

Japanese policymakers on Friday said they would seek a global policy response from G20 nations to world market turbulence, as the country’s central bank governor dismissed suggestions the rout ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Relief Rally As Miners Surge
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Feb 12, 2016

Yellen’s testimony yesterday to the Senate Committee was more of the same. She reiterated that USD strength was a signal of economic strength and that weak oil had mostly been negative but would...

IG
Asia Closing The Week On A Sour Note
By IG - Feb 12, 2016

The tone in Asia has generally been downbeat, with Japanese equities taking an absolute bath on volumes 120% above the 100-day average. The focus from APAC clients has been on gold, oil, USD/JPY, ...

Marc Chandler
The Negative Interest-Rate Conundrum
By Marc Chandler - Feb 11, 2016

The conundrum that everyone is wrestling with is the euro and yen's strength given their negative interest rates and prospect for even lower rates to come. The divergence of monetary policy, even if ...

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Latest Nikkei 225 Comments

Theodoridis Thomas
Theodoridis Thomas Feb 12, 2016 4:10AM GMT
buy. It's goin' more up again
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Investing in Feb 11, 2016 1:16AM GMT
People simply don't trust central banks anymore, first EU tried to save the stocks by saying they will do what ever it takes to save it, small spike then crash resumed, then Japan did same thing and with negative rates, small spike then big crash on Nikkei....Yellen today tried to calm the market, small spike then resumed the crash....Gold should sky rocket, its the only thing left and the only Real money
Thomas Hutton
Thomas Hutton Feb 10, 2016 7:39AM GMT
Looks a lot like 2008-9
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