- The stock exchange in Tokyo Thursday a loss based trading. Investors reacted under more positive data from the Japanese economy. The businesses Nintendo made a price jump after Apple announced that the game Super Mario Run is available for iPhones.
The Nikkei index closed with a loss of 0.3 percent at 16 958.77 points. Nintendo's share gained more than 13 percent. From December iPhone users can install the game Super Mario Run. Apple suppliers Alps Electric and Murata Manufacturing lost up to 2.8 percent. Investors weighed the impact of the launch of the new iPhone.
The Japanese economy proved unexpectedly grew by 0.2 percent in the second quarter compared to the previous period after previous stagnation was reported. The positive adjustment is a credit to the government and the Bank of Japan, which are under pressure to take more steps to stimulate the ailing economy.
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Elsewhere in Asia the picture was mixed. In Seoul, the Kospi lost 0.1 percent. The All Ordinaries in Sydney went backwards 0.1 percent while the Hang Seng in Hong Kong gained 0.5 percent interim.
Also from China, moreover, were encouraging messages. Imports showed last month rose by a smaller 11 percent, indicating an upturn in domestic demand. Exports grew by nearly 6 percent, helped by a weakening of the yuan against the dollar. The stock market in Shanghai was interim plane.