Japan’s indices close lower; Nikkei 225 down 1.05%

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The Japan Stock Exchange closed lower on Monday; Sector setbacks communications, steeland electrical/machinery pushed indexes lower.

At the close of Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 It lost 1.05%, to hit a new one-month low.

The best value of the session in the Nikkei 225 was Hitachi Zosen Corp. (TYO:7004), up 4.46%, 37.00 points to 867.00 at the close. It is followed by Fukuoka Financial Group, Inc. (TYO):8354), which advanced 2.01%, 54.00 points, to close at 2.00, and Resona Holdings, Inc. (TYO:8308), which rose 1.96%, 12.50 points, to dismiss the session at 650.90.

At the bottom of the index ended Mazda Motor Corp (TYO:7261), which fell by 3.13%, or 34.00 points, to close at 1.00. Daikin Industries, Ltd. (TYO:6367), meanwhile, cut 2.93%, 645.00 points, and closed at 21.00, while Inpex Corp. (TYO:1605) fell 2.86%, 42.00 points, to 1.00.

The red numbers prevailed over the greens on the Tokyo Stock Exchange by a difference of 2269 versus 1269, and 286 closed flat.

The Nikkei Volatility, which measures the volatility of Nikkei 225 options, rose 8.89% to 17.76.

Crude oil futures for February delivery rose 0.66%, or 0.49, to $74.95 a barrel. As for other commodities, Brent oil futures for February delivery rallied 0.58%, 0.46, to $79.50 a barrel, while gold futures for February delivery rose 0.15%, 2.75, to $1.00 a troy ounce.

USD/JPY fell 0.57% to 135.91, while EUR/JPY cut 0.10% to 144.51.

The dollar index fell 0.25% to 104.07.

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