Nikkei edges up before US job data; posts 1st weekly gain in 7 weeks

TOKYO, Sept 1 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average edged up on Friday, echoing Wall Street’s gains, but trading was subdued as investors awaited U.S. job data for possible clues on the Federal Reserve’s next move on interest rates and its impact …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Winter Holidays
views 76
Best Western Osaka Tsukamoto will provide business...
Japan’s Abe to push for constitution reform ...
views 121
TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants ...
Cheap Hotels In Osaka City
views 124
Helping Cheap hotels in osaka city away the UK fin...
Saudi Aramco IPO Under Pressure, As 9/11 Lawsuits ...
views 214
Saudi Aramco’s IPO future looks a bit more bleak t...
Venus eclipsed by Japan’s rising star Osaka
views 98
Venus Williams suffered a shock exit in the second...
Japan Open 2017 Preview and Prediction: Who will w...
views 112
Raonic is here again in Tokyo as the third seed ma...
Japan ministry says unauthorized staff certified c...
views 81
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Transport Minister Keii...
Japan padded forex reserves by $8 billion in Augus...
views 90
Japan’s foreign exchange reserves grew $7.966 bill...
Why Japan is Becoming the World’s FinTech Leader
views 86
The Japanese banking regulators are, at least in t...
Mongolia’s Untapped Lending Market Has Earne...
views 76
Traditional bank loans of any size require lengthy...