Nikkei average

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Nikkei average

[nɪˌkeɪˈævərɪdʒ] Nikkei index [nɪˌkeɪˈɪndeks] Níndice m Nikkei

Nikkei average

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Australian shares fell 0.3 percent and Japan`s Nikkei average was 1.1 percent lower.
TOKYO (CyHAN)- Tokyo stocks plunged Friday with the benchmark Nikkei average falling below the 15,000 line for the first time in 16 months, as a swathe of issues were dumped due to the yen's rapid appreciation and on fears for the health of the global economy.
The Nikkei average, the benchmark for the Tokyo Stock Exchange, gained 0.6 percent in early trading to 15,442.23, the Associated Press wrote.
Investors sold stock index futures to limit losses, prompting the benchmark Nikkei average to plunge more than 300 points at one point, according to Japan's (Nikkei.com) website.
Japan's Nikkei average jumped nearly 2 percent Monday morning, hitting its highest intraday level since late September 2008, after media reports that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is preparing to nominate Asian Development Bank President Haruhiko Kuroda, an advocate of aggressive monetary easing, as the next Bank of Japan governor.
European shares fell to their lowest level in three-and-a-half months, the Nasdaq turned negative for the year and the Nikkei average sank 10.6 per cent, marking its worse two-day sell-off since 1987 as reports of rising radiation near Tokyo rattled investors.
Toshiba's shares gained 0.5 percent to 442 yen in early trade in Tokyo, outperforming the benchmark Nikkei average, which dipped 0.1 percent.- Reuters
Japan's Nikkei average fell 0.3% on Monday as the yen reached a fresh 15-year high on the dollar and approached its all-time peak, but investors were careful about trading actively ahead of the peak earnings period.
Summary: TOKYO, Jul 08, SPA -- Japan&'s Nikkei average jumped 2.8 percent on Thursday, after a bullish forecast from U.S.
Japan's Nikkei average fell 0.3 percent on Monday, with the dollar little changed against a basket of currencies, despite an upbeat sign for the macroeconomic outlook on Friday from U.S.
He traded derivatives based on the Nikkei average. "What was a bank doing speculating on the Nikkei average?" we should have asked.
The Nikkei average fell 0.4 per cent on Friday, with bank shares hurt by persistent credit fears while investors grew worried about earnings prospects amid high oil prices and slowing consumption.