Investing.com – Japanese stocks fell after the close on Thursday, as losses in Japan and sectors led stocks lower.
At the close in Tokyo, it lost 0.58% to hit a new one-month low.
It was the best performance of the session on Mitsubishi Motors Corporation. (TYO 🙂 , which rose 3.04% or 18.00 points and had a price of 610.00 at the close. while, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (TYO 🙂 added 2.09% or 107.00 pips to close at 5,221.00 and IHI Corp. (TYO: rose 1.90% or 65.00 points to 3,490.00 at the end of trading.
The worst performance in the session was Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (TYO :), which fell by 2.92% or 220.00 points and had a price of 7,320.00 at the close. Toho Zinc Co., Ltd. (TYO 🙂 down 2.78% or 66.00 points to close at 2,310.00 and Employment holdings Co Ltd (TYO) stock was down 2.55% or 110.00 points to 4,205.00.
Declining stocks outnumbered rising stocks on the Tokyo Stock Exchange by 1969 to 1,484 and 339 closed unchanged.
Which measures the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 options, up 6.21% to 22.57.
Crude oil for November delivery rose 0.68%, or 0.56, to $83.50 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodity trading, Brent oil for November delivery rose 0.62%, or $0.56, to $90.39 a barrel, while gold futures for December were down 0.44%, or $7.40, to trade at $1,668.30 an ounce.
USD/JPY rose 1.21% to 145.79, while EUR/JPY rose 1.38% to 143.59.
US dollar index futures rose 0.88% to 111.32.