On Thursday, Asian stocks went down after losses on Wall Street, although trade was subdued due to the fact that market participants waited for business polls in the European Union and were mostly on the sidelines ahead of the long Easter weekend holiday…
Japanese equities jump at close of trade
On Friday, Japanese stocks rallied after the close because revenues in the Transportation Equipment, Railway & Bus as well as Marine Transport sectors underpinned stocks.
The Nikkei 225 managed to grow 0.44%.
On the Nikkei 225 the best performers included Komatsu Ltd, Concordia Financial Group Ltd and Minebea Mitsumi Inc. They grew respectively 5.69%, 4.72% and 4.65%.
Meanwhile, the top losers were represented by DeNA Co Ltd, Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd and Tokai Carbon Co., Ltd. They sank 4.75%, 3.09% and 2.27% respectively.
On the Tokyo Stock Exchange jumping shares supplanted sagging equities by 1661 to 1609, while 231 were intact.
Equities in Concordia Financial Group Ltd edged up to all time maximums, soaring 4.72% to 644.0.
Evaluating the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, the Nikkei Volatility slumped 2.41% being worth 17.03.
The currency pair USD/JPY gained 0.07% trading at 112.61, EUR/JPY rallied 0.15% hitting 134.15.
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