Nikkei rises to 10-1/2-month high as weakened yen seen boosting earnings

TOKYO Nov 18 Japan’s Nikkei share average rose to a 10-1/2-month high on Friday as the yen weakened further against the surging dollar, raising prospects for better-than-expected exporters’ earnings. The Nikkei ended 0.6 percent higher at 17,967.41 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Air Canada’s Montreal to Japan direct flight...
views 185
MONTREAL -- Air Canada says it will introduce dire...
Japan business mood improves in encouraging sign f...
views 177
TOKYO, Nov 11 Japanese manufacturers' confidence r...
Kumamoto couple have hard time parting with son lo...
views 237
KUMAMOTO – Shinobu Yamato, 49, still can’t wash a ...
Nagoya man hospitalized after eating fish with nam...
views 140
Even if you’re a resident of a major city, like Na...
‘Hikikomiri’ rescue business sued for alleged frau...
views 222
A business that claims to help socially withdrawn ...
Japan regulator says Deutsche, Bank of America vio...
views 148
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Fair Trade Commission on...
Linje relishes debut in Yokohama FC as his side re...
views 53
Former Be Forward Wanderers striker, Jabulani Linj...
Olympics brings South Korea, Japan closer together
views 123
Related Japan shinzo abe South Korea Legal Notice:...
Tokyo stocks open flat over escalating tensions on...
views 139
TOKYO, Sept. 5 (Xinhua) -- Tokyo stocks opened ess...
Japan's First-Ever 'Premium Friday'...
views 219
And a railway operator is running a booze train, w...