2017年02月

In morning session, Nikkei opened on a weak note reflecting the dollar’s fall below 113 yen.
Many companies passed thier settlement, but We have two big global events in this week. The first is that the FOMC meeting minutes will be published on Wednesday and the second is a Trumps policy that is expected to be announced in February.
So investor wait and see mode remained unchanged, but the market’s downside was also supported by expectations for the BOJ’s purchases of exchange-traded funds.
 
So in the afternoon, Nikkei rose to 19,250 and it finished at 19,251 yen.
 
As viewed form sectors, because of the continuous stronger yen, domestic demand stocks generally showed good performance.
通信 sector rose 0.8% and food sector rose 0.2%.
 
Talking about individual companies,Bridgestone rose 5.4% because they announced that they will implement their own share purchase up to 6.4% of the outstanding shares.
And Toshiba rose 1.3%. It rebounded for the first time in five market days.
 
Overseas market
China stock rose 1.2%. Policy expectation and new influx of pension funds helped the index rise.

European stocks generally showed good performance.

U.S. markets was closed for the Presidents Day holiday.

政策期待が強まる。中国の重要な政治イベントである「両会」(全国人民代表大会と全国人民政治協商会議)は、開幕まで残り2週間ほどとなった。年金資金の新規流入も追い風。すでに、北京や上海など中国の7省市で、新規定に基づく養老保険基金(年金基金)の運用がスタートしたと報じられている。中国人民銀行(中央銀行)が20日、リバースレポを通じた資金供給を先週に続き実施したこともプラス材料
 
Today, I think Nikkei will be flat or go up slightly.
With the closing of the settlement and the currency exchange stability being low,investors can’t buy the stocks actively.
Selection of individual stocks progresses with less trading value

In morning session, Nikkei opened on a weak note reflecting the dollar’s fall below 113 yen.

Many companies passed the settlement, but We have two big global events in this week. The first is that the FOMC meeting minutes will be published on Wednesday and the second is a Trumps policy that is expected to be announced in February.

So investor wait and see mode remained unchanged, but the market’s downside was also supported by expectations for the BOJ’s purchases of exchange-traded funds.

 

So in the afternoon, Nikkei rose to 19,250 and it finished at 19,251 yen.

 

As viewed form sectors, because of the continuous stronger yen, domestic demand stocks generally showed good performance.

通信 sector rose 0.8% and food sector rose 0.2%.

 

Talking about individual companies, Bridgestone rose 5.4%because they announced that they will implement their own share purchase up to 6.4% of the outstanding shares.

And Toshiba rose 1.3%. It rebounded for the first time in five market days.

 

Overseas market

China stock rose 1.2%. Policy expectation and new influx of pension funds helped the index rise.

政策期待が強まる。中国の重要な政治イベントである「両会」(全国人民代表大会と全国人民政治協商会議)は、開幕まで残り2週間ほどとなった。年金資金の新規流入も追い風。すでに、北京や上海など中国の7省市で、新規定に基づく養老保険基金(年金基金)の運用がスタートしたと報じられている。中国人民銀行(中央銀行)が20日、リバースレポを通じた資金供給を先週に続き実施したこともプラス材料

 

Today, I think Nikkei will be flat or go down slightly.

With the closing of the settlement and the currency exchange stability being low, investors can’t buy the stocks actively.

Last Friday, Nikkei fell 0.6%. TOPIX fell 0.4%.
The value of share trading was about2.0trillion. The stocks that were a rise in prices accounted for 45%.
 
Stocks met with selling from the outset of Friday’s trading as the yen strengthened against the dollar.
As the dollar fell below 113.5 yen despite stronger-than-expected U.S. economic indicators released on Wednesday, investors took a wait-and-see stance overall.
So Nikkei kept around 19,200 yen and it finished at 19,234yen on Friday.
As viewed form sectors, domestic demand stocks generally showed good performance.
Food sector rose 0.8% and 水産農林sector rose 0.4%.
 
Talking about individual companies, Toshiba fell 9.2 %, reflecting increasing worries about a possible demotion to the TSE’s second section or delisting due to an estimated excess of debts over assets at the March end of the current fiscal year.
 
Overseas market

China stock fell 0.9% .
Financial stocks and material stocks that had been rising last week were sold on Friday.

European stocks finished slightly higher as a surge in Unilever stock offset a decline in banking and mining stocks. 17%.
米食品大手のクラフト・ハインツは17日、食品・日用品大手の英蘭ユニリーバに買収を提案したと発表した。提示した買収額は1430億ドル(約16兆1600億円)。
 
NY Dow rose sligtly
It barely reached a seventh straight record high on Friday.
Expectation for tax reduction measures that President Trump has planned to announce within a few weeks supported the market
 
Today, I think Nikkei will go down slightly affected by global market sentiment.
In this week, we have two big events. The first is that the FOMC meeting minutes will be published on Wednesday and the second is a Trumps policy that is expected to be announced in February.
The Nikkei  fluctuates depending on the exchange caused by these events
税制改革案が、マーケットの不確実要素として警戒されている。第4週に移民に関する新たな大統領令に署名する方針で、保護主義的な姿勢が意識されそう。

Last Friday, Nikkei fell 0.6%. TOPIX fell 0.4%.

The value of share trading was about2.0trillion. The stocks that were a rise in prices accounted for 45%.

 

Stocks met with selling from the outset of Friday’s trading as the yen strengthened against the dollar.

As the dollar fell below ¥113.50 despite stronger-than-expected U.S. economic indicators released on Wednesday, investors took a wait-and-see stance overall.So Nikkei kept around 19,200 yen and it finished at 19,234yen.

As viewed form sectors, domestic demand stocks generally showed good performance.

Food sector rose 0.8% and 水産農林sector rose 0.4%.

 

Talking about individual companies, Toshiba fell 9.2 %, reflecting increasing worries about a possible demotion to the TSE’s second section or delisting due to an estimated excess of debts over assets at the March end of the current fiscal year.

 

Overseas market

China stock fell 0.8%

 

European stocks finished slightly higher as a surge in Unilever stock offset a decline in banking and mining stocks. 17%.

米食品大手のクラフト・ハインツは17日、食品・日用品大手の英蘭ユニリーバに買収を提案したと発表した。提示した買収額は1430億ドル(約161600億円)。

 

NY Dow rose

It barely reached a seventh straight record high on Friday.

 

Today, I think Nikkei will go down slightly affected by global market sentiment.

In this week, we have two big events. The first is that the FOMC meeting minutes will be published on Wednesday and the second is a Trumps policy that is expected to be announced in February

The Nikkei  fluctuates depending on the exchange caused by these events

税制改革案が、マーケットの不確実要素として警戒されている。第4週に移民に関する新たな大統領令に署名する方針で、保護主義的な姿勢が意識されそう。

Yesterday, Nikkei fell 1.2%. TOPIX fell 1.1%. The value of share trading was about2.5trillion. The stocks that were a rise in prices accounted for 18%. The dollar slid below ¥113 yen on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates steady at a two-day FOMC meeting. So Nikkei started lower as concern about yen appreciation. And as the yen strengthened further, stocks accelerated their downswing toward the close. Eventually, Nikkei finished at 18,914yen and it ended below 19,000 for the first time in seven sessions. Talking about individual companies, Chugai seiyaku rose 8.7% because of the announce of its bullish performance forecast. By contrastt, kakakucom fell 13.4%. The downword revision of the full-year forecasts for the fiscal year was concerned. And Mitsubishi Electric fell 4.8% after reporting a weaker operating profit for April-December. overseasmarket NY dow rose1.2% thanks to good performance of Apple shares and after the Federal Reserve kept U.S. interest rates unchanged, as expected. Today, I think Nikkei will go down slightly affected by global market sentiment. We should pay attention to continuous announcement of company’s financial results. But we have the anoounce of U.S Employment Statistics on Saturday. So investor can’t buy the stocks actively.

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