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Nikkei 225 Up 0.7% After US Inflation Report

MT Newswires ·  12/13/2021 17:56

04:51 AM EST, 12/13/2021 (MT Newswires) -- The Nikkei 225 opened higher Monday and held ground, finishing up 0.7% as traders weighed the Friday US inflation report that showed consumer price increases within expectations. The yen weakened against the US dollar, considered a positive in export-oriented Japan.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 202.72 to 28,640.49, as gaining issues outnumbered losers 125 to 89.

Leading the upside were shipping line Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (KAKKF, 9107:Tokyo), up 5.0%, followed by game-maker Bandai Namco (NCBDF, 7832:Tokyo), up 2.7%, and then bearing-producer NTN (6472:Tokyo), up 2.6%.

On the downside were staffing agency Recruit (RCRRF, 6098:Tokyo), off 3.7%, and the battery manufacturer GS Yuasa (GYUAF, 6674:Tokyo), off 2.9%.

In other news, large manufacturers posted a confidence index of 18 in the fourth-quarter Tankan survey, unchanged from the third quarter, reported the Bank of Japan. The Tankan index number represents the percentage of companies reporting favorable conditions, minus the percentage reporting unfavorable conditions.

Also, core machinery orders in Japan's private sector rose by 3.8% in October on a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, the Cabinet Office reported.

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