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The Japanese index Nikkei has risen due to Clinton’s debates with Trump and the weakened yen

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The Japanese index Nikkei has risen due to Clinton’s debates with Trump and the weakened yen

The Japanese index Nikkei has risen due to Clinton’s debates with Trump and the weakened yen
September 27
12:30 2016

The securities market of Japan has grown during the trading session on Tuesday, which is characterized by its heterogeneity. The market has recovered from a minimum mark for nearly eight weeks. This mark was established at the beginning of the trading due to the fact that the investors’ mood has improved. This has happened because the investors considered Hillary Clinton, a candidate for the Democrats, the winner of the first presidential TV debates with Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for a president.
The US dollar has been able to recover all its past losses against the yen, and it also improved the mood of the market participants.

Nikkei Index, one of the main stock indexes of Japan, has risen by 0.8 percent and amounted to 16.683,93. This has become the recovery from the minimum mark, fixed in the early trading – 16.285,41 that has been the lowest one since 5 August.

The dollar has strengthened by 0.4 percent, reaching 100.76 yen during the Asian trading after the fall to 100.085 (a minimum since the end of August).

Securities of the companies, which are engaged in export, have risen in price. The shares of Toyota Motor Corp have jumped by 1.6 percent; Honda Motor Co – by 1.0 percent. Advantest Corp have grown by 1.2 percent.

The Topix index has grown by 1.0 percent, amounting to 1.349,22 points.

The financial sector shares have sagged but they have reduced their losses towards the end of the trade.

Index JPX-Nikkei Index 400 has risen by 0.9 percent and finished the trade at 12.088,37 points.

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