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TOKYO, Nov 12 Japan's Nikkei ticked up in a choppy Monday morning as investors scooped up cheap stocks, but gains were contained by weakness on Wall Street and falling U.S. tech shares.
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TOKYO, June 20 Japan's Nikkei share average rose in volatile trade on Wednesday, helped by late short-covering following an earlier selloff and a broader recovery in regional sentiment as Chinese shares recovered from a rout in the previous session.
TOKYO, June 20 Japan's Nikkei share average was flat in choppy trade on Wednesday morning as firms that rely on China demand tumbled on trade war worries, with machine tool makers and shippers posting multi-month lows, which offset gains in defensive stocks.
TOKYO, June 12 Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Tuesday morning, buoyed by optimism the U.S.-North Korea summit taking place in Singapore could pave the way for denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.
TOKYO, June 11 Japanese stocks rose on Monday but trading was thin as investors looked ahead to the looming the U.S.-North Korea summit, with traders ascribing part of the broader gains to buying in futures.
TOKYO, June 11 Japanese stocks rose on Monday but gains were limited as investors focused on the U.S.-North Korea summit, while Tokyo Electric soared as the outcome of a local election was seen to be positive for one of the utility's nuclear power plants.
TOKYO, May 25 Japan's Nikkei edged up on Friday, supported by such large cap stocks as Tokyo Electron and Fast Retailing, but gains were limited as sentiment was soured after U.S. President Donald Trump cancelled a summit with North Korea's leader.
TOKYO, May 25 Japanese stocks were slightly higher on Friday, supported by defence-related companies after U.S. President Donald Trump canceled a summit with North Korea, although the return of geopolitical tensions kept wider investor sentiment subdued.
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