Nikkei 225 (N225)

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20,012.40 +264.93    +1.34%
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Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225

  • Volume: 133,083
  • Open: 19,799.08
  • Day's Range: 19,797.55 - 20,012.40
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Nikkei 225 Analysis

Boris Schlossberg
Week Opens With Dollar Strength
By Boris Schlossberg - Nov 30, 2015

Market Drivers for November 30, 2015 Week opens with USD Strength EZ GE Retail Sales miss Nikkei 0.20% Eurostoxx -0.69% Oil $41.5/bbl Gold $1055/oz Europe and AsiaAUD: Co. Operating Profits 1.3% vs....

China “Black Monday Redux”?
By IG - Nov 30, 2015

A weaker CNY midpoint fixing and a renewed selloff in Mainland Chinese markets have heightened fears that Friday’s selloff could merely be the beginning of a more significant correction for ...

Doug Short
World Markets Update: The Rally Moderates
By Doug Short - Nov 29, 2015

Six of the eight indexes on our world markets watch list posted gains last week, down from all eight the previous week, and the weekly advances were noticeably smaller. Germany's DAX was the top ...

IFC Markets
EUR/USD Heads Toward 7-Month Lows; Nikkei Loses 0.30%
By IFC Markets - Nov 27, 2015

The US stock market was closed on Thursday due to the Thanksgiving Day and is closed today for most of the afternoon. The US dollar index, a measure of the dollar value against a basket of six major ...

Europe Extends Rally  
By OptionsClick - Nov 27, 2015

European shares touched three-month highs while the euro declined and Asian share failed to hold on to early session gains. Trading in the U.S. was closed for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Helped by a...

Fear Of RMB Devaluation Spurs Selling
By IG - Nov 27, 2015

The big drop in Chinese industrial profits plus the weakest CNY mid-point fix since 31 August appear to have set off a wave of selling in equity markets across Asia. The bigger concern is certainly ...

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Latest Nikkei 225 Comments

Denes Zamaroczy
Denes Zamaroczy 21 minutes ago
Santa Claus Rally still coming
Giannis Jacob
Giannis Jacob Nov 27, 2015 3:48PM GMT
Indicators show bullish trend.
George Gruen
George Gruen Nov 18, 2015 1:49AM GMT
Seriously, who wants to visit Japan, pay for air flight, spending hideous amounts of over inflated cash with their depreciating economy and central planning government. Japan needs to return their society to their citizens, not their central planners, as well all do!
Financial Collapse
Financial Collapse Nov 18, 2015 4:48AM GMT
Japan is just more extreme, all nations are centrally planned. The whole thing needs to burn to the ground
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