Nikkei


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Nikkei

The common term for the Nihon Keizai newspaper, Japan's leading financial newspaper. The Nikkei usually refers to the price-weighted average of 225 stocks of the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Nikkei

A price-weighted index consisting of 225 prominent stocks on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Nikkei has been calculated since 1950 and its direction is considered an indicator of the state of the Japanese economy. Most analysts consider it the Japanese equivalent of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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Nikkei is associated in partnership with foreign media companies.
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Kitaoka wrapped up his speech by recalling the Meiji Restoration 150 years ago and saying it's time for Japan to begin another dynamic journey and make overseas Nikkei people proud of their ancestral country.
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Nikkei, a 139-year-old company, publishes the daily Japanese business paper, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, which has a circulation of about 3-1/2 million.
The ambassador briefed the president and the Nikkei executives about the positive performance of Pakistans economy following the fiscal reforms and underlined the positive rating by the international financial institutions, said a press release issued here by PID on Saturday.
My readers and friends in town know well that I wrote successive columns in late-2012 and early-2013, recommending investors go long the Nikkei. The Dow index and Japanese auto exporters while shorting the yen against the dollar.
Partnership to help boost Nikkei Asian Review's global readership