Japan stocks climb up at close of trade

Japan stocks climb up at close of trade

On Thursday, Japan stocks grew after the close because profits in the Steel, Transportation Equipment as well as Gas & Water sectors brought stocks up.

The Nikkei 225 managed to tack on 0.31%, hitting a fresh 52-week peak.

Mitsui Mining and Smelting Corporation, Yokogawa Electric Corporation and Kuraray Corporation happened to be the best performers of the trading session on the Nikkei 225. They added respectively 7.74%, 6.87% and 6.08%.

As for the worst performance, it was demonstrated by such benchmarks as Shinsei Bank, Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd and Sumitomo Osaka Cement Corporation. They slumped respectively 8.51%, 8.46% and 7.47%.    

On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, soaring stocks supplanted decreasing ones by 1526 to 1500, while 344 ended intact.

Besides this, stocks in Yokogawa Electric Corporation added to 5-year peaks, soaring 6.87% and trading at 1928.0. As for stocks in Kuraray Corporation, they grew to all time peaks, inching up 6.08% and getting to 1954.0.

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