Nikkei 225As of 15:00 24 June 2016 - Market closed
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- 52 week high
- 52 week low
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Markets: Nikkei adds more than 1%
Japan's Nikkei 225 ended 1.1% higher.
But the index is still 6% lower this week, thanks to a surge in the yen.
Markets: Shares in Tokyo and Hong Kong slide
In Japan the benchmark share index, the Nikkei 225 is down more than 2%. Shares there have been hurt by the strengthening yen, which hit its highest level against the dollar in 21 months.
The yen moved higher after the Bank of Japan decided not to introduce fresh economic stimulus.
Shares in Hong Kong were also down, the Hang Seng fell almost 2%.
But the Shanghai Composite was little changed.
Government bond prices have continued to strengthen, as investors seek safe places for their money.
Markets: Asian shares trade higher; Pound edges higher
Despite being snubbed by MSCI (see earlier post) Chinese shares are trading higher, with the Shanghai Composite adding 1.5%.
In Tokyo the Nikkei 225 is up 0.6%, which could end a four-day losing run. Shares in big exporters recovered after recent sharp losses.
Meanwhile the pound has recovered a little from Tuesday's fall. It's trading at $1.4137 up 0.15%.