Tokyo, 26 & # 39; November (EFE) .- The Stock Exchange & # 39; Tokyo today recorded a moderate pickup in its key indicators, with market-driven perspectives opening to Osaka chosen as the headquarters of the 2025 Universal Exhibition.
The Nikkei rose by & # 39; 0.76% or 165.45 points today, to complete 21812.00, while the Topix, which brings together two thousand firms with the highest capitalization, gained 0.20% or 3.24 points, to 1632.20 integers.
From the title included in the Nikkei 225, the biggest advance was held by the company's metal sector Holdings Amada, 6.73%, followed by the commercial chain FamilyMart (+ 6.66%).
The biggest obstacles within that group were that of an industrial firm Daiwa House (2.95%) and human resources Recruits Holdings (2.86%).
Among the major players in the market, Toyota Motor fell & # 39; 0.23%, the telecoms group Softbank of advanced 0.36% and the company's mobile phone NTT DoCoMo lost 0.64%.
The tokiota Parquet, renewed & # 39; started its sessions after the long weekend holiday Friday, received a b & # 39; no spirit the announcement of the weekend indicate to Osaka as -Post for the 2025 Universal Exhibition.
That event, according to analysts, can & # 39; generate many opportunities & # 39; investment in & # 39; sectors such as infrastructure companies.
Either way, the market is waiting for the results that may be between the President of the United States Donald Trump, and the Chinese, Xi Jinping, where the two overlap this week at the G20 summit in Argentina.
In the first half, one of the companies with the highest capitalization, 1119 shares advanced against 915, which fell, while 78 closed the day unchanged.
The volume of & # 39; today operations totaled 2.17 trillion yen (16 894 million), compared with & # 39; 2.08 trillion yen (16 146 million) from the previous session.