© Reuters. Sixth session decline in a row for the Nikkei in Tokyo
TOKYO (Reuters) – The Tokyo stock Exchange finished lower Wednesday, in the wake of the net decline of Wall Street, accusing its sixth session in a row in the red. The Nikkei index has lost 193,68 points (-0,83%), 23.098,29 points and the Topix broader, yielded 21,42 points (-1,15%) 1.836,71 points.
The Nikkei fell on Wednesday until 23.092,85 points, its lowest level since 4 January, the first meeting of 2018. Although the index still wins 1,46% since the beginning of the year, it has lost 4.3 per cent since its peak 26 years 24.129,34 points reached last week.
(These data are likely to vary slightly).