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A woman walks past a stock quotation board flashing the Nikkei 225 key index of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in front of a securities company in Tokyo on May 8, 2017.
During the last 6 months NIKKEI 225 index edged up from 8500 points to 14180 points, or 65.65% (see chart 1).
At the end of the day in Tokyo today, the Nikkei 225 rose by 2.3 per cent to an index value of 10160.4 points.
At their peaks, the average p/e ratio of the Nikkei 225 in 1989 and the NASDAQ at the start of 2000 were both well over 100.
If the post-Heisei Depression market acts in a similar fashion, the Nikkei 225 could continue consolidating to 2016 following the aforementioned bounce that could take the index to 19,000.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average lost 340.07 points, or 2.38 per cent, to end at 13,960.05, closing below the 14,000 mark for the first time in six months, dpa reported.
After a two-year decline of NIKKEI 225 (blue in chart 1) observed during 2007-2008, the index started a large-scale correctional zigzag A-B-C, going upwards.
18 -- The Nikkei 225 in Tokyo has closed high and the yen has dipped on forex markets after Shinzo Abe reclaimed the Japanese premiership following the nation's general election yesterday (December 16th).
The recent weakness in the Topix and Nikkei 225 is a reflection of this concern, as positive quarterly earnings results have gone largely unnoticed and unremarked upon.
At the close in Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 fell 2.20 percent.
Berlin/Tokyo, Rabi'II 4, 1435, Feb 4, 2014, SPA -- The Japanese stock index Nikkei 225 ended on a eight-month low Tuesday as investors fretted over disappointing US manufacturing data and ongoing uncertainties surrounding growth in emerging economies.
During the Izanagi Keiki, the Nikkei 225 traded at a PER between 27.6x and 9.1x earnings, while the PBR trended between 2.9x and 1.0x--implying an ROE of between 10.5 percent and 11.1 percent.