Tokyo shares open higher after Wall Street gains

Tokyo shares opened higher Friday, encouraged by overnight gains on Wall Street as investors took heart from news the US and China will resume trade talks.

The key Nikkei 225 added 0.53 percent or 117.03 points to 22,309.07 in early trade, while the broader Topix index firmed 0.47 percent or 7.88 points to 1,695.03.

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Tokyo stocks open lower after Wall St drops

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Thursday, dragged down by falls on Wall Street and a rise in the yen amid Turkey’s financial market crisis.

The key Nikkei 225 index lost 1.20 percent or 266.61 points to 21,937.61 in early trade while the broader Topix index was down 1.17 percent or 19.88 points at 1,678.15.

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Stocks Open Slightly Higher as Wall Street Attempts to Shake off Turkish Currency-Crisis Worries

U.S. stock-index benchmarks edged higher early Monday, but continuing turmoil in Turkey remained in focus.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded up 43 points to reach 25,352,a gain of 0.2%, the S&P 500 index rose 5 points to 2,838, a rise of 0.2%. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite Index added 0.2% to reach 7,861. U.S. investors have kept their attention trained on developments in Turkey.

The Turkish central bank pledged to provide “all the liquidity the banks need” in a statement Monday, coming after Turkey’s lira lost 14% of its value against the dollar on Friday, raising concerns that the emerging market could infect European financial institutions and other developed-world markets. However, market participants in the U.S. appear poised to shake off those worries to focus on what has been a healthy stretch of corporate quarterly results and a domestic economy that has offered signs of strength.

Source : Marketwatch

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