The stock market day: Japan uses tailwind from the USA – big minus in China

The stock market day: Japan uses tailwind from the USA – big minus in China
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The stock market day


Japan uses tailwind from the USA – big minus in China

Nikkei 28.783,28

After Wall Street rose to record highs in the run-up to the US labor market data yesterday, the stock market has moved in Such initially shown stronger. The weaker yen is boosting the stocks of automakers and other companies like Sony, said a Japanese market participant. In China on the other hand, prices fell the day after the centenary celebrations of the Communist Party.

In Japan lay the Nikkei 0.3 percent higher at 28,791 points. The broader one Topix rose by 0.7 percent and stood at 1953 points. The stock exchange in Shanghai was 1.5 percent in the red. The Index of the major companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen lost 2.2 percent.

In Asian foreign exchange trading, the US-Dollar 0.1 percent to 111.57 Yen and put 0.1 percent to 6.4764 Yuan to. Against the Swiss currency it was quoted 0.1 percent higher at 0.9259 Franken. At the same time, the Euro by 0.1 percent to 1.1840 dollars and was quoted little changed at 1.0968 francs. The Pound Sterling stagnated at $ 1.3767.

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