Average Combined Stock Prices for Nikkei 225 Experience 2% Increase
According to the latest reports, the overall stock prices for the Asian-Pacific region have experienced a rise. The data shows that the rise in the stock prices for the Asian-Pacific region was experienced on Monday, September 6, 2021. The reports suggest that the share prices of the companies based in China and Japan have observed big gains.
The Nikkei 225 Index from Japan also observed a rise. According to data, a 1.83% rise was observed by the particular index. The data shows that after the increase, the Nikkei 225 Index has experienced a rise at 29,659.89 points.
This is not the only rise the Nikkei 225 Index has experienced in the last 7 days. On Friday, September 3, 2021, the Nikkei 225 Index has experienced an even higher rise, which was recorded at 2.05%. Surprisingly, the rise in the Nikkei 225 Index was observed right after Yoshihide Suga, the Japanese Prime Minister announced he won’t be running for the next elections. The report shows that even the Topix Index experienced a 1.24% rise in its share prices on Monday.
On Monday, September 6, the stocks for the companies based in the Mainland China region have experienced a surge in prices. The data from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange has experienced a 2.586% rise going all the way up to 14,546.60 points. Then there is the Shanghai Stock Exchange that has experienced a 1.12% rise in its share prices demonstrating a rise to 3,621.86 points.
Even the Hong Kong Stock Exchange experienced a rise of 0.9% on the same day, but it recorded that towards the end of the day.
Even the Kospi Index from South Korea has experienced a rise in its stock prices. According to data, the particular index has recorded its points growing all the way up to 3,203.33. Then there is the S&P/ASX 200 Index from Australia that has also experienced a rise. The data shows that its stock prices have experienced a 0.1% rise on Monday trading, visiting 7,528.50 points in the process.
Then there was the MSCI Index, considered the broadest index from the Asian-Pacific region, which has experienced a rise of 0.56% in its share prices.
When it comes to the Oil prices in the Asian market, a 1.23% drop has been observed in the prices of Brent crude futures. Following the drop in the share prices for the Brent crude futures, it is now trading at $71.72 per barrel. Then there are the US crude futures that have also experienced a 1.26% drop. After a 1.26% drop in the share prices, the new price per barrel for the US crude futures is $68.42.
From the data, it is clear that the majority of the Asian-Pacific markets are experiencing a rise in share prices while stock markets in other continents are experiencing a slight drop.