For the first time in two weeks, Japan’s equities cross an “important psychological barrier”

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Despite the good performance of some stocks, the market does not have a clear direction as local investors awaited further signs of economic recovery in the coming months. been unitedincluding data on key jobs arriving today.

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The Nikkei index broke through the 27,000 point barrier for the first time since September 22nd and closed 0.48% higher at 27,120.53 points.

The broader Topix index also rose 0.32% to hit the 1912.92 point level.

Index went up "MSCI" Shares in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, were up 2.6%.

Among the 225 stocks in the Nikkei index, 119 stocks rose, 100 fell, while six shares traded almost unchanged.

The gains have arrived Nikkei Limited compared to other indicators, many of which have increased since the establishment of the Reserve Bank of Australia Raise the interest rate less than expected.

The Australian central bank surprised the markets by raising interest rates, but below expectations, by 25 basis points. It also expected to raise interest rates again in the next period, but the magnitude and timing of the increase they will depend on future economic data relating to inflation and unemployment rates.

This is the sixth time that the Reserve Bank of Australia has raised interest rates consecutively this year, reaching the highest level in 9 years, at 2.60%.

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Despite the good performance of some stocks, the market does not have a clear direction as local investors awaited further signs of economic recovery in the coming months. been unitedincluding data on key jobs arriving today.

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The Nikkei index broke through the 27,000 point barrier for the first time since September 22nd and closed 0.48% higher at 27,120.53 points.

The broader Topix index also rose 0.32% to hit the 1912.92 point level.

The MSCI Asia Pacific ex Japan index rose 2.6%.

Among the 225 stocks in the Nikkei index, 119 stocks rose, 100 fell, while six shares traded almost unchanged.

The gains have arrived Nikkei Limited compared to other indicators, many of which have increased since the establishment of the Reserve Bank of Australia Raise the interest rate less than expected.

The Australian central bank surprised the markets by raising interest rates, but below expectations, by 25 basis points. It also expected to raise interest rates again in the next period, but the magnitude and timing of the increase they will depend on future economic data relating to inflation and unemployment rates.

This is the sixth time that the Reserve Bank of Australia has raised interest rates consecutively this year, reaching the highest level in 9 years, at 2.60%.

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