[Market Eye]Stocks: Nikkei average decline widens, over 250 yen depreciation US Secretary of State dislikes | Reuters

[Tokyo 24th Reuters]-<10:05> Nikkei average declines widening, over 250 yen cheaper US Secretary of State dislikes remarks

The Nikkei average has widened its decline, and has remained in the mid-26,100 yen range, down more than 250 yen from the previous business day. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has been disgusted by saying, “I am confident that Russia will invade Ukraine by dawn.” As reported by NBC News, futures in the three major US stock index have been declining in the negative territory due to after-hours trading.

In the market, “We expected a turbulence after the holidays, but the Nikkei average has only fallen by about 1%. The low price since last year (26,044.52 yen = January 27, 2022) is recognized as a downside med. There is a high possibility that it is. “

The trading value of the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange as of 10:00 am is 994,144 million yen. Individually, the Nikkei average values ​​of Fast Retailing, Softbank Group, FANUC, etc. are not even in general.

<09:15> The Nikkei Stock Average continues to fall, and the situation in Ukraine becomes tense.

On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei average fell 168.26 yen from the previous business day to 26,281.35 yen, falling for the fifth consecutive day. During the Japanese holidays, the situation in Ukraine became even more tense, and it continued the trend of the daily depreciation of US stocks. The current stock price is in the mid-26,300 yen range, which is over 100 yen lower.

TOPIX is around 1875 points, which is more than 0.20% lower than the previous year. Among the 33 TSE industries, 21 industries such as air transportation, rubber products, wholesale, pulp and paper have dropped in price. Prices have risen in 12 industries such as shipping, non-ferrous metals, and mining.

<08:45> The board situation before approaching, Sony G, Keyence, etc. have a selling advantage

According to market officials, Sony Group, KEYENCE, and Recruit Holdings have a selling advantage, and Toyota Motor Corporation, NTT, and Shin-Etsu Chemical have a competitive buying and selling situation.

Tokyo Electron, which has a large index contribution, Fast Retailing has a selling advantage.

In Mega Bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, and Mizuho Financial Group are competing for buying and selling.

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