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Japanese stocks decline at close of trade
On Thursday, Japanese equities dived after the close because losses in the Power, Machinery as well as Transportation Equipment sectors suppressed stocks.
The Nikkei 225 went down 0.32%.
On the Nikkei 225 the top gainers included Toshiba Corp., Comsys Holdings Corp. and SUMCO Corp. They managed to ascend respectively 4.19%, 3.76% and 2.38%.
Meanwhile, the worst performance was demonstrated by Rakuten Inc, NKSJ Holdings, Inc. and Casio Computer Co. They went down 4.87%, 4.32% and 2.89% respectively.
On the Tokyo Stock Exchange growing stocks outclassed diving equities by 2145 to 1206, while 207 were intact.
Stocks in Comsys Holdings Corp. rallied to all time maximums, earning 3.76% being worth 3175.0.
Estimating the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, the Nikkei Volatility decreased 0.07% showing an outcome of 14.74, which is a fresh 1-month minimum.
The currency pair USD/JPY rallied 0.21% trading at 112.78, EUR/JPY gained 0.13% hitting 133.26.
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