Nikkei fall to the lowest level in 4 months with the yen’s rise

Japanese stocks fell to the lowest level in four months at closing, Thursday, with the rise of the yen against the dollar after US President Donald Trump said that a strong dollar too much, which in turn impact on the shares of export and financial sector companies.

The benchmark Nikkei index fell 0.7 percent to 18426.84 points, its lowest close since the sixth of December.

And went down the broader Topix index range of 0.8 percent to 1468.31 points and the index fell Jah.ba.aks-Nikkei 400 rose 0.8 percent, also to 13164.58 points.

Source: Tokyo Stock Market

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