Today’s stock outlook = Frustration, export-related stocks are firm due to uncertain movements | Reuters

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[Tokyo 23rd Reuters]–The Nikkei Stock Average is expected to be in conflict in today’s Tokyo stock market. After passing the event, no new material was found, and it seems that the movement will not feel the direction. Under such circumstances, export-related stocks such as automobile stocks, which were strong the day before, are expected to remain firm, with the dollar strengthening / yen depreciation as a clue.

The expected range of the Nikkei average is 26,000 yen to 26,300 yen.

The US stock market on the 22nd closed after a slight rebound after a volatile development. In addition to the weight of energy stocks, the statement by the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) Powell that he is “strongly committed” to curbing inflation was materialized.

Although it passed the event of the FRB chairman’s parliamentary testimony, the House of Councilors election announced the day before was not seen as material, and there are few clues, so it seems that the feeling of seeing off will continue to be strong.

In the market, “It is easy to be swayed by overseas factors due to lack of materials in Japan, but it seems that the feeling of seeing off will precede because the US stocks closed at a slight depreciation after the big fluctuation. It seems that export-related stocks will be the center of the market because of the conspicuousness of the stocks. ”(Mr. Hiroyasu Mori, Director of Investment Information Office, Okaji Securities).

Last business day closing price Last year’s high price Last year’s low price

Nikkei 225 26149.55 30795.78 26954.81

– 96.76 September 14, 2021 August 20, 2021

Chicago Nikkei Average Futures Limit 26195 (yen denominated)

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