Stock market: Tokyo, opening down (-0.62%)

TOKYO, 02 NOV – The Tokyo Stock Exchange starts the session with a minus sign, with investors triggering profit-taking after the consolidation of the indices that took place in the aftermath of the election result in Japan, which is a prelude to the introduction of a new plan stimulus of the economy, already announced by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. At the opening, the Nikkei index retreated from its highest in a month, and lost 0.62% to 29,462.40, marking a loss of 184 points. On the currency market, the yen is stable against the dollar, trading just above 114, while it weakens against the euro at 132.20. (HANDLE).

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