The Nikkei Average started with a 358 yen increase, and Tokyo Gas, Toyota-ori, etc. rose

Fisco Japan ·  Apr 22 20:49

[Nikkei Stock Average TOPIX (table)]

Nikkei Average; 37797.06; +358.45

TOPIX; 2683.32; +20.86

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The Nikkei Average on the 23rd continued to rise to 37797.06 yen, which rose 358.45 yen, and trading began. The US stock market rose the day before, on the 22nd. The Dow average closed at 38239.98 dollars, which was 253.58 dollars higher, and the Nasdaq closed at 15451.30, which was 169.29 points higher. Since the sense of alarm about the worsening situation in the Middle East receded, it rose after being close. In addition to being driven by the backlash from the semiconductor NVDA (NVDA), buybacks became dominant due to a sense of being oversold due to high technology, supporting the overall market price, and remained steady throughout the day. Expectations for major companies' financial results also became further buying material, and the increase widened towards the end of the game.

Buying took precedence in the Tokyo stock market today. The rise in major indices in the US stock market yesterday supported stock prices in the Tokyo market. Above all, the fact that the Nasdaq Composite Index, which has a high high-tech stock ratio, rebounded for the first time in 7 days, and the Philadelphia Semiconductor Stock Index (SOX Index), which consists of major semiconductor-related stocks, rebounded for the first time in 4 days, which became a stock price support factor for high-tech stocks and semiconductor-related stocks in the Tokyo market. Also, although there is a strong sense of caution against exchange intervention, the fact that the yen continues to depreciate and remain high at a high level of 1 dollar = 154 yen 70 yen in the foreign exchange market was a factor supporting stock prices such as export stocks in the Tokyo market. Meanwhile, in addition to the fact that financial results announcements of major domestic and foreign companies are in full swing this week, since the results of the Bank of Japan monetary policy meeting will be announced on the weekend, there was also a tendency to forego aggressive purchases in order to determine these, but buying was dominant during the donation stage.

By sector, the real estate industry, transportation equipment, securities commodity futures, insurance industry, electric/gas industry, etc. have a high price increase rate, and fisheries/agriculture and forestry, metal products, land transportation, shipping, etc. are falling. Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime's top trading prices include Tokyo Gas <9531>, Toyotaori <6201>, TEPCO HD <9501>, Mitsui E&S <7003>, Mitsui Fumu <8801>, Mitsubishi Heavy <7011>, DISCO <6146>, KEYENCE <6861>, Hokkai Electric Power <9509>, Screen HD <7735>, Mitsubishi Corporation <8058>, Mitsui <8031>, <7203>, Tokio Marine <8766>, Toei Electric Power <8035>, and Advan Electric Power <8035> test< 6857> etc. have risen. Meanwhile, Sakura <3778>, Denso <6902>, Yusen <9101>, Daiichi Sankyo <4568>, etc. have declined.

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