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The Tokyo Stock Exchange falling by 3.5%

The Tokyo Stock Exchange falling by 3.5%


The Nikkei index of the Tokyo Stock Exchange fell 3.55% closing Friday, weighed down by the announcement of a decline in the confidence of major Japanese industries and pending monthly employment figures to United States.


The Nikkei 225 values ​​dropped 594.51 points 16,164.16 points recording its fourth negative session on. He dropped 4.93% throughout the week.

The broader Topix index of all titles of the first table has fallen to its share of 3.40% Friday (-45.80 points) to 1301.40 points.

The activity was intense, with 2.58 billion shares traded on the main market.

As for exchange rates, the US dollar hovered at the same time (0600 GMT) around 112.20 yen, down compared during the day before closing, while the euro rose to 127.73 yen.

The morale of Japanese manufacturing firms fell to the lowest in almost three years, according to results announced Friday Tankan survey by the Bank of Japan, yet another negative signal for the third world economy.

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Master of Economics, University of Harvard, worked as an analyst in a few large companies and specializes in many countries. Currently owned by a large company that conducts assessment of investment attractiveness in the various countries of the world.