Tokyo, November 26 (EFE). – The Tokyo Stock Exchange advanced moderately in its main indicators, the market being driven by open prospects for Osaka to be the seat of the 2025 Universal Exhibition.
Nikkei rose today by 0.76%, or 165.45 points, to 21,812.00, while Topix, which brings together two thousand companies with the highest capitalization, earned 0.20% or 3.24 points, up to 1632.20 integer numbers.
Of the 225 titles included in the Nikkei, the biggest gain was owned by Amada Holdings in the metal sector, 6.73%, followed by the FamilyMart (+ 6.66%).
The biggest obstacles within the group were Daiwa House (2.95%) and Recruit Holdings (2.86%).
Among the main players on the market, Toyota Motor fell 0.23%, Softbank's telecom group advanced 0.36% and NTT Docomo lost 0.64%.
The tokiota parquet, which resumed its sessions after the long weekend for Friday holidays, received in good spirits the weekend announcement designating Osaka as the venue for the 2025 Universal Exhibition.
This event, according to analysts, can generate many investment opportunities in sectors such as infrastructure companies.
However, the market is waiting for results that could be between US President Donald Trump and Chinese Xi Jinping when both coincide this week at the G20 summit in Argentina.
In the first section, the ones with the highest capitalization, 1199 shares increased by 915, which fell, while 78 closed the day unchanged.
The volume of today's operations was 2.17 trillion yen (16.894 million euros), compared to 2.08 billion yen (16.146 million euros) since the previous session.