[Market Eye]Stocks: Nikkei average narrows, expectations for US-Russia summit talks rise | Reuters

[Tokyo 21st Reuters]-<10:05> The Nikkei average has narrowed its decline, and expectations for the US-Russia summit are rising.

The Nikkei average has narrowed its decline and has remained in the low 26,800 yen range, which is about 300 yen lower than the previous business day. It followed the trend of US stock futures and yen depreciation in after-hours trading. Expectations for easing tensions are rising after reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden have accepted the summit proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron.

In the market, “Continuing from last week, the news that comes out during trading hours is affecting the market development. However, since the feeling that Japanese stocks are overpriced has disappeared, it is easier to buy in a squeeze.” (Domestic (Securities) is heard.

The trading value of the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange as of 10:00 am is 841,044 million yen. Individually, semiconductor manufacturing-related brands such as Tokyo Electron, Shin-Etsu Chemical, and Advantest are significantly cheaper. The three stocks are pushing down the Nikkei average by about 110 yen.

<09:05> The Nikkei Stock Average has fallen by more than 500 yen since the fall, and the US stocks have fallen and the situation in Ukraine is anaerobic.

On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei average fell 350.49 yen from the previous business day to 26,771.58 yen, falling for the third consecutive day. In addition to the depreciation of US stocks last weekend, reports that the situation in Ukraine is becoming tense have been reported from the morning, and the risk-off mood has intensified. The Nikkei average has continued to decline even after approaching, and the stock price has recently fallen by more than 550 yen to the latter half of the 26,500 yen range.

TOPIX is around 1890 points, which is over 1.70% lower than the previous year. Among the 33 industries of the TSE, 31 industries such as metal products, electrical equipment, precision equipment, machinery, and service industry have dropped in price. Price increases are limited to two industries: mining and petroleum / coal products.

<08:45> The board situation before approaching, the main stocks are generally selling superior

According to market officials, Toyota Motor Corporation, Sony Group, Keyence, Recruit Holdings, Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. have a selling advantage, and NTT has a buying advantage.

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

Mega Bank is competing for buying and selling in all of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, and Mizuho Financial Group.

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