Nikkei


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Nik·kei

 (nē′kā)
A trademark for a Japanese stock-market index composed of 225 actively traded, large cap stocks on the Tokyo Stock Exchange weighted by share price. This index is often referred to as the Nikkei 225.

Nik•kei

(ˈni keɪ)
n.
1. an index showing the average closing prices of 225 stocks on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
2. an American of Japanese descent.
[1975–80; < Japanese]
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Nikkei believes that a free market economy with a small government is the best policy to maximize Japanese welfare.
The Nikkei Volatility, which measures the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, was unchanged 0.00percent to 14.23 a new 52-week low.
Nikkei Asia Prizes recognizes those with "outstanding achievements that contribute to the region's sustainable development and to the creation of a better future for Asia."
Laurel said Duterte's trip here would be shouldered by Nikkei, the organization that invited the President.
Some of the design and development tasks now conducted in Japan will be transferred to the Taoyuan plant, while Dynabook will also be looking to poach talent from Acer and Asustek, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
Since 1982, the Nikkei Superior Products and Services Awards are awarded every year to superior new products and services, and this marks the 37th iteration of the awards.
That was her first introduction to Nikkei. She'd always been under the impression it was a foreign concept brought to the Philippines by some enterprising Pinoy, so imagine our surprise when Nikkei's marketing manager Monica Modomo told us it's actually a homegrown concept created by Carlo Gordon Lorenzana (from the Lorenzana family associated with Wildflour, Pink's and Shi Lin).
This convention, which brings together in one place Nikkei people living outside Japan, is an occasion for informing Japan about the situations in various countries with Japanese emigrant communities and for deepening international exchange, understanding and goodwill while promoting better understanding of Japan among other countries.
The alliance enables the luxury brand to generate Japanese buyer interest through the Nikkei's digital platform, which reaches over 29 million monthly readers.
5 June 2017 - American technology giants Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) plan to join Taiwanese chipmaker Foxconn's (TPE: 2317) bid to acquire Japanese technology company Toshiba Corp's (TYO: 6502) semiconductor business, according to a report Monday in Nikkei business daily.
Japanese banks are arranging a syndicated loan to help an acquisition by Nikkei Inc, considered to be the biggest financial daily in Japan, according to Reuters.
In other news-related news, Pearson PLC of London said on Thursday it would sell the Financial Times of London for $1,300 million to Japanese business publisher Nikkei Inc.